Once Kurt and I became parents, we had to move so many things around in our lives. Gone were the days of spontaneous travel and nights out. It just takes so much planning to make things like this happen when you have kids, not to mention – double the cost!
If we want to do anything without the kids these days, we have to arrange a babysitter. Also, as working parents we always have the thought and guilt of not spending enough time with our kids!
But after some thought and as you may have read in my previous post, there’s nothing wrong with only wanting to travel with your family, but there’s also absolutely nothing wrong with wanting to travel on your own.
If there’s one thing in this world that everyone has an opinion about – it’s on being a Mom. What to do, what not to do and how to do it better. Everyone has something to say on the topic.
One of the things that is deemed to be acceptable, is travelling with your kids. But what about travelling without them?
With travel opportunities being more accessible than ever, our generation is probably feeling the urge to travel more than previous generations did.
I’m always amazed at how adaptable kids are. This can be in a good, bad or even ugly way! The results of my kids imitating Kurt and I are sometimes hilarious.
I’ll never forget the first time that I stuck my tongue out at Alyssa and she done the same back to me! It was a moment I will never forget. I laughed out loud and yet again she copied me and done the same.
Aidan is classic in imitating Kurt and myself. Sometimes he says things completely out of context however it’s said at the funniest of moments!