This article is to review the Kids Travel Journal that’s made by Caravanning with Kids. When we hit the road with our 6 year old daughter, one of our biggest concerns was that she’d fall behind with her reading and writing. That, and she wouldn’t remember our trip! So we made sure a daily travel journal Read more about My ‘CWK Kids Travel Journal’ Review: Here’s What I Really Think![…]
Have you thought about house sitting, but you’re unsure as to how to find a house sitting gig? When travelling this big wide land of ours, it’s a given that the greatest expenses are going to be fuel and accommodation. With some caravan parks in premium spots costing up to $100/night the dollars can add up quickly. House sitting is a great way to still see the country and save money while doing so. […]
There are some small things that you can purchase that seem to make a big difference to your caravan and camping lifestyle. They reduce the number of steps in your set-up and take-down, or just make life easier in general.
We’ve always been reluctant to let “stuff” into our car or caravan unless it would make life easier, or reduce the steps in our set-up and pack-up.
We were like every other parent… “when I have kids, they’re not going to be allowed to play on the iPad.” Weren’t we in for a shock! When we found Reading Eggs though, it made us a bit more at ease with the iPad use. Like you, we don’t want our kids mindlessly watching product reviews on Read more about Our Favourite Educational App for Pre-Schoolers?[…]
Do you have a preschooler who loves all their toys?
Are you stressing about what to take ?
Do you have next to no storage space in your caravan? Know you have to cull the ‘take’ pile, but worry you’ll leave a favourite behind?
We were in that position too. When we moved into our caravan for a week to prepare ourselves for our trip, our four year old, Elliot, had so many toys I seriously couldn’t breathe.
Over time this number has reduced drastically, and he is thrilled with the few toys that he has. The toys sit in a tub at the end of his bed and are the first thing he pulls out whenever we arrive anywhere. Every single one gets loads of use.
Here are the top 5 travel toys for preschoolers that we wouldn’t be without! […]
We’ve always been reluctant to let “stuff” into our car or caravan. But, there are some small things that you can purchase that seem to make a big difference to your caravan and camping lifestyle. They reduce the number of steps in your set-up and take-down, or just make life easier in general.
If you ever drive on a highway, there’s some unwritten signals using blinkers and headlights that you need to know. Why? Safety. If you’ve ever been stuck behind a slow vehicle, you know that it can be pretty annoying if you’ve got some timings that you’re trying to meet. Some people don’t do well with Read more about Secret Overtaking Signals[…]
AMAZING!!! The day we got into our car with the caravan attached, and drove away from our ‘forever home’, was exhilarating. Everything packed up. House (almost clean and) empty. Kids bursting with excitement. We put the car into gear and drove… 14-minutes away?! What the? Yes, our first leg wasn’t a road trip Read more about Week 1: Further Isn’t Better[…]