Traveling with kids can be difficult. Especially if you do it alone. Traveling alone with a toddler is never easy. Fortunately, for those who have gone before us, they can offer practical tips and tricks for making the trip easier.
Before my daughter was barely over a year old, we had flown with her twice (each trip nearly 2,000 miles!), and taken one massively long road trip to my sister’s med school graduation.
She has now been on more planes than some adults have been in their entire lives!
Having been born in the South, much of my side of the family is still living there. I want my daughter to grow up knowing and spending time with them.
So, enter traveling tales.
Last year, my sister was married. I knew I couldn’t miss it. But, the plane tickets were crazy expensive. Too expensive for both my husband and I to both go.
Looking back, I still can’t believe that I flew with my 16-month-old toddler. Alone.
I knew that this crazy tale had to be told. So, I wrote it. Natasha at Epic Mommy Adventures snatched it up as a guest post on her awesome blog.
I have to say, I am honored that she would publish my post. She is such an amazing single mom flying solo all the time. I have no idea how she does it. She’s a rockstar!
Don’t take my word for it. Check her out!
If you would like to read my about my adventures traveling alone with a toddler and my best tips for doing so, head over to Epic Mommy Adventures to see my guest post!