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I am a mom of 2 boys, 2 and 5 years old. I am a SAHM who has an online business called KidsTravelHappy.com. The site is an extensive collection of UNPLUGGED travel toys, games, books, lap trays, and activities for on-the-go or play at home. Our over 500 items were hand-picked (and tested on the road, rail, air and at home!) from over 40 high quality manufacturers. The site was launched in 2008, and the idea was born from the many trips with our boys and the highly anticipated "travel activity bags" I would put together for them for each trip. The goal is that my trial and error will benefit other Moms (and families) to make sure their "kids Travel Happy" (so the 'big people' can too!). Not sure what to get? We also have a 'custom kit' option, where the shopper answers some qualifying questions and we put together a kit within the specified budget containing in-stock items to ship within 1 business day. How easy is that!?
What is your blogging philosophy?
Our blog is updated at least once a week (we try to do more!) with travel tips, stories of our travels, fun, new gear on our site, and other travel with kids information! The initial goal was to promote our business, but now I am realizing that there are many paths blogging can take (which, I believe, keep it much more interesting). I feel as though sometimes the ideas flow, and are quite extensive entries, while other times, short and sweet is best.
I have been blogging since...
Fall of 2008
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