Family Vacation Tips – Are we there yet?
Stacy DeBroff, president and founder of Mom Central, , and mom in Chestnut Hill, Mass., offers some additional advice:
the back seat. It gives them boundaries and also serves as an ad hoc table
pass interesting sites and signs along the way. Stop for anything that might
be fun or just get you out of the car for a while.
give everyone time to use the restrooms or have a diaper change, and run
around a bit. When you stop for meals, eat outdoors so your child can play
while you relax. Or find several destinations to stop and explore along the
way so you and your child will have something a little closer to anticipate.
start, and everyone tries to add a little to the story.
easier. The first one to find the color outside the car wins. Or have each
member of your family picks a car color and races to see who can reach fifty
cars of that color first.
Apryl Chapman Thomas
Apryl Chapman Thomas is the mother to Shay Thomas, who is three years old. When Apryl is not chasing her around, she finds time to write.
A professional writer for over seven years, Apryl’s articles have appeared in a variety of magazines. In her free time, she enjoys reading and traveling. Apryl and Shay, along with Apryl’s husband and 7 year old minature daschund, Dudley, live in Watkinsville, GA (outside of Atlanta).
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