Simply For Flying - My Flight Logbook: My Kids' First Logbook - Wellington World Travels

Simply For Flying – My Flight Logbook: My Kids’ First Logbook

We are a family of travelers, and our kids love traveling by plane. Actually, our son just had his 75th flight recently. So I have been looking for a kids’ logbook to log all these flights for a long time. I used to keep my kids boarding passes together with mine in my diary journal. […]

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Why I Love Traveling With My Siblings

Why I Love Traveling With My Siblings

I have traveled to several destinations alone, with my husband, and with my kids. And traveling with my siblings is also one of my treasured moments. From spending Christmas in Singapore, having a blast in Disneyland Hong Kong, going to the Underground River in the Philippines, sand duning in Qatar, and exploring Kuala Lumpur, my […]

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Carry-On Packing Checklist for Flying with a Baby 0-6months - Wellington World Travels #diaperbag #nappybag #travelwithkids #familytravel

Carry-On Diaper Bag Packing Checklist for Flying with a baby 0-6months (plus FREE printable checklist)

There’s a new addition to the family. I recently gave birth to a baby girl last year. So this means, ‘hello diaper bag’ again. For the past couple of years, whenever I travel with my son, I let him bring his own bag. That way, I can bring my own tote bag or a Katherena’s rucksack, […]

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How to Survive Flying with Morning Sickness

Morning sickness is one of the symptoms of pregnancy that involves nausea and vomiting. For many pregnant women, this is the toughest part of early pregnancy.  Although not all women experience this (I didn’t have any during my first pregnancy), it could be uncomfortable and inconvenient when traveling. I had a mild morning sickness during […]

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20 Fun Things To Do In Singapore With Kids

Singapore is an ultimate place whether you are going on a family vacation, a trip with friends or solo exploration. With its unique culture, skyscrapers with peculiar designs, modern architecture and efficient public transport scheme, it’s one of the best places for families. I went there alone, with my friends, with my family, with my […]

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Why Traveling with Young Children is Worthwhile

On my guest post, “Wow! A 2-yr old Fil-Am boy has traveled to 10 countries worldwide” with another blog site, one person left a comment that says, “He will not remember it.. hehe..” (original post in Tagalog: ‘Di nmn nya mttandaan yn..hehe..’). I was actually shocked that somebody will make that kind of comment. I didn’t bother […]

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