Debunked: Myths About Traveling With Kids

Debunked: Myths About Traveling With Kids

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Sarah Rae Smith
Jul 25, 2011

Parents feel the need to share their hard-won wisdom with other parents (or anyone who will listen). It's not because we feel so self important, but because we want others to learn from our experience. When it comes to traveling with children, the bad news is that some of the myths are true. But others aren't worth your worry time.

Have you ever wondered if your children will remember a trip overseas when they're older? Is it really worth your money? Is flying with kids really as painful as everyone makes it out to be? Do you really need to plan out every minute of every day so kids don't get bored?

There are just a few of the questions that Amie, one of the intrepid traveling moms at at Ciao Bambino tackled in her list of Top 10 Misconceptions about Family Travel. Click around the site for other tips and ideas about family travel (like how to make a trip to Napa Valley fun for kids or indoor activities for toddlers and babies in Paris.)

(Image: Flickr member Liz Henry licensed for use by Creative Commons)

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