Toddling in Amsterdam

We’ve been in Amsterdam for five days now and the jetlag is slowly getting less pronounced. Each day has followed a similar pattern of waking, abruptly, at some point in the wee hours of the morning to convince our little one to at least wait for the sun to get up before getting out of […]

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Mary’s Law

“When you travel, there really are no mistakes – just learning opportunities” – Mary Casanova I’ve said it before, travel days can be tough. Traveling with a toddler can make it tougher. Traveling with misplaced luggage and stroller can make it a nightmare. Let’s back up a bit…. Wanting to celebrate our little one’s final […]

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Anywhere America

Whether it’s a final day breakfast at an American Roadside Diner in Paris, a frappe from the first Starbucks you’ve seen in two weeks in Athens, a bagel in Tokyo, a desperate dinner from McDonalds in Italy. I’ve found that sometimes you just need a small taste of home while away no matter how disgusting. […]

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Snorkeling and The $50 Beach Chair

Otherwise known as a typical day in Hawaii. The water here has so many different shades of blue. There’s the deep dark purple-blue that tells you there’s no bottom in sight. There’s the crystalline clear that lets you see all the rocks, coral, sand and toes in desperate need of a pedicure. And then there’s that turquoise […]

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Travel Day

Subtitle: In Which Zeke Obtains A Seat For Himself Travel days. Not everyone’s most favorite part of travel, but a necessary evil. I happen to be one of those weirdos who still thinks air travel has that special shimmer to it, as if we’re still back in the golden age of flight. Plane food? Delish! […]

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I did it!

Well, I did it. I successfully did not post for an entire year. Congratulations? I’d begin to tell you about the mental stamina and willpower it took to avoid posting for that long, but I don’t want to give away all of my blogging material at once. Therefore I will kick off 2016 with a […]

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