Move over sweet thing – the versatile muffin tin has some new foods to bake. From Mac ‘n’ Cheese cups to eggs in bacon, these cute, bite-size snacks are the perfect ‘padkos’ for your next road trip or lunchbox. MACARONI AND CHEESE CUPS Makes 12 Ingredients 2 cups uncooked elbow macaroni 1 tablespoon butter 1 … Continue Reading about Muffin Tin Padkos
If you’re anything like me, you might sometimes get stuck for lunchbox ideas. You’ve tried so many different things and can’t remember half of them. At times like this, it’s nice to be reminded of a few tasty options we know our kids like, and perhaps also to find a few new ideas we hadn’t … Continue Reading about 18 Lunchbox Ideas for School and Travel
You’ll be surprised how much stuff you need when travelling with a baby or small child. Here’s a handy checklist you can use for your next trip. Choose your items according to your needs and the type of trip you will be taking. It is important to pack efficiently but don’t pack too much. You … Continue Reading about Packing Checklist for Travelling with a Baby or Toddler
Travelling with the family pet is a potential hazard for both the animal and its owner. Pets can cause distractions for the driver so be very careful if you are planning to travel with your furry friends.
You’ve just arrived at the hotel and the contents of your luggage lie derelict across the room. It’s been a long trip and all you want to do now is sprawl out on the gigantic crisp white bed and watch said luggage contents magically lift itself off the floor and pack itself away neatly in … Continue Reading about 10 Things to Consider When Selecting Accommodation
So, you want to go on a lovely overseas holiday. For two weeks you want to lie on the beach and sip cocktails watching the dipping sun. You want to take your kids, but considering the stress of taking a four-year old and a two-year old on a long haul flight to Thailand leaves you … Continue Reading about 20 Tips for a Stress-free Flight with Kids
I believe it doesn’t matter how well-travelled some families are, how many countries they have visited or how many planes they have boarded together. Some of our best family holidays include those early mornings when we load our sleeping kids in the car before sunrise to go on a good old road trip.