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Swings and Superheroes

Two recent articles, one from the SF Gate and one from the Washington Post are well worth your time!  Thanks to TWC readers far [...]More

Ireland - first and foremost, check out:

We're back, and I'm still processing the whole amazing trip. So I've brought a few photos back to whet your whistle - of a [...]More

Two For the Show...


Checking the fine print

We just received a packet of info for an upcoming trip (more on [...]More

Potty Training at 30,000 Feet

My daughter actually likes the airplane potty.  It's a chance to get out of her seat, walk down the aisle, smile at the


Traveling With Two

[Editor's note - A huge welcome to new TWC poster, Stephanie I, who really, really knows how to fly with kids.]& [...]More

It's Not You, It's Your Airline: Flight Leader From Hell

Made it.  Something more than 20.5 hours, all told, but made it.  The child was actually really good, except for a


What your flight attendants know that you should too, Part 2

media_114;right;thumbHelpful tips from some anonymous [...]More

Is Business Class Worth It?

media_114;right;thumbI had the opportunity to [...]More

The Kindness of Strangers

When my son was 14 months old, he and I took the following trip: Greece -> Germany -> Washington DC (stay overnight) -> [...]More

Deadlines and Decisions

One point of order in our family:  when it comes to finding travel deals, I'm usually the book-buying, link-clicking, early-bird.  My husband seems [...]More

Flying to New Zealand on (mostly) Airline Miles: 34 hours

Counting three flights within the US and one international layover in Fiji. The attendants on Singapore Air were amazingly nice, and we had seats [...]More
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