Kristen Ford-Stevens's Blog Posts Tagged 'CHILDREN' (2)

Traveling With Kids Simplified | Cute Beltz Blog

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Whether you’re taking your first big trip with a newborn or you’re a seasoned traveler with a disaffected teen, these tips and tools can help make family vacations more fun and way less stressful for everyone. Check out how you can make traveling with kids a breeze!

Packing

Depending on the age of the kids, have each child bring a small backpack filled with their toys and goodies for the flight.  When possible, load their bags with some of the…

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Added by Kristen Ford-Stevens on June 7, 2013 at 10:26am — No Comments

Kid Approved! Fun Spring Activities | Cute Beltz

As much as it still does not feel like spring, it’s finally here! After spending most of the winter inside, children can’t wait to get outdoors and play outside.  So, why not come up with a few spring activities the whole family can enjoy.   Here are a few ideas for getting everyone to enjoy the warm weather.

Go On Nature Walks

If your child still rides in a stroller, go for a lot of nice long walks. Or, invest in a jogging stroller, so you can jog…

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Added by Kristen Ford-Stevens on March 25, 2013 at 9:52am — No Comments

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