There’s the planning, the packing, and the inevitable meltdown by one or multiple children along the way. It can seem so overwhelming that you simply throw up your hands and forget the idea of hopping on a plane to a new destination with your entire brood.

But, as one family of four is proving over and over again, travel, even to far-flung destinations, does not have to stop once you have children.

Caz and Craig Makepeace, a married couple from Australia, recently told  TODAY   that over the last 16 years they have visited 52 countries and lived in five. Moreover, their lust for adventure didn’t stop with the arrival of either of their daughters. They simply took Kalyra, now 9, and Savannah, now 5, along for the ride.

There’s the planning, the packing, and the inevitable meltdown by one or multiple children along the way. It can seem so overwhelming that you simply throw up your hands and forget the idea of hopping on a plane to a new destination with your entire brood.

But, as one family of four is proving over and over again, travel, even to far-flung destinations, does not have to stop once you have children.

Caz and Craig Makepeace, a married couple from Australia, recently told  TODAY   that over the last 16 years they have visited 52 countries and lived in five. Moreover, their lust for adventure didn’t stop with the arrival of either of their daughters. They simply took Kalyra, now 9, and Savannah, now 5, along for the ride.

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family adventures; teaching parents how to make memories with children.

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“I just can’t take it anymore coach,” a talented but underperforming player named Kate told me a few years back. “I think I am done playing.”

My mind went through all the reasons this might be happening: burnout, other interests, team dynamics, I was too hard on her, the gamut. What could it be?

“It’s my dad. He loves me and I know he only wants the best for me, but he just can’t stop coaching me, in the car, and from the sideline each and every game. I can’t play when he is around, and he insists on coming to every game, every road trip, you name it. It’s like it’s more important to him than it is to me.”

There’s the planning, the packing, and the inevitable meltdown by one or multiple children along the way. It can seem so overwhelming that you simply throw up your hands and forget the idea of hopping on a plane to a new destination with your entire brood.

But, as one family of four is proving over and over again, travel, even to far-flung destinations, does not have to stop once you have children.

Caz and Craig Makepeace, a married couple from Australia, recently told  TODAY   that over the last 16 years they have visited 52 countries and lived in five. Moreover, their lust for adventure didn’t stop with the arrival of either of their daughters. They simply took Kalyra, now 9, and Savannah, now 5, along for the ride.

Travel with the Kids: The Educational Tourist explores the world through
family adventures; teaching parents how to make memories with children.

Seeing Hamilton, the musical, on Broadway *contains affiliate links* I love a musical and now my daughter and I enjoy them together. This Christmas seeing Hamilton on Broadway was a very special treat during...

Travel and love…can you think of anything better? Ok, well I guess you could add chocolate and really good wine to the list! Quotes Travel LOVE give you a little bit of inspiration for travel...

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