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"OMG! You have to go WHEREVER you want to go with your family. I'm totally against us feeling restricted about traveling with our kids. Everyone thought I was insane to be traveling to Cuba (the U.S. base there, to visit hubby) with my then 18…"
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OMG! You have to go WHEREVER you want to go with your family. I'm totally against us feeling restricted about traveling with our kids. Everyone thought I was insane to be traveling to Cuba (the U.S. base there, to visit hubby) with my then 18 month old. I did my research, planned, packed my bags and headed out. No regrets and I totally felt empowered once I was done. Just let me know.
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