Travel is always good for kids. I feel strongly that travel is most beneficial when kids are young because young children are still forming the connections in their brains.
Don’t ever let anyone tell you that you shouldn’t travel with young kids because they won’t remember it. The experience of travel goes so much deeper than a fleeting, short term memory. It influences the ways that their brains are being wired and connected. New experiences during the first few years of a child’s life shape their brains forever.
I LOVE to talk travel and encourage anyone who will listen that they need to take as many trips with their kids as they can. I have decided that it is time to lead by example and put actions behind my words. I am going to break out my list of family vacation ideas with toddlers and start putting them on my calendar!
12 trips. 12 months. Two toddlers and TONS of fun!
Where we are going (dates subject to change, check back for updates!)
- Costa Rica
- Atlanta, Georgia
- Omaha, Nebraska – Omaha Zoo Adventure!
- Southern Minnesota Camping Trip
- September: Slovenia
Wanna tag along? Come with as we explore and have adventures near and far. It is sure to give you some great family vacation ideas with toddlers and kids. We are going to cross things off of our bucket list left and right over the next year!
Even better, I want you to join with us in creating a family travel revolution! To heck with all of those folks who tell you that travel is over now that you have kids!
There is never going to be a better time than now. Start planning those trips with your kids that are on your wish list. Find ways to manifest your dreams.
Lets make this the year that we make this happen, together! I want to know what family vacation ideas with toddlers you are having!
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I can’t wait to see what adventures you check off your bucket list this year!