And now, as they say, for something completely different. Since we often talk about travel and manners, one reader has brought up one of the most controversial subjects in the travel industry: diapers in pools. “Should kids in diapers be allowed in the pool?”
About halfway through a 3,755-mile road trip from Orlando to Seattle, I had a little reality check. It happened a few minutes into an hour-long interview with an NPR show in Madison, Wis., when the topic swerved toward unruly kids in a car. “How to survive a road trip with your kids”
How good are your reading comprehension skills? How patient are you? How willing are you to forgive other people’s shortcomings? “How my kids taught me to be a better consumer advocate”
You don’t have to spend 300 days a year on the road with your kids to know the ins and outs of family travel. But it helps. “Don’t do this when you’re traveling with kids”
Between the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays, nearly 100 million Americans will travel. While the vast majority of us will travel by car, a significant minority will travel by plane. And a portion of those airline passengers will have an added challenge: they travel with children.
“5 rules for traveling with kids during the holidays”