Own the Road You Travel

by Sandy Gordon Frankfort on September 5, 2013

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.When it comes time for traveling, the proper kids’ luggage for traveling makes parent’s jobs tons easier and therefore the trip more fun for the youngsters . That’s because if the youngsters like their Fake Louis Vuitton Bags they’ll be more likely to hold them, which suggests you do not need to keep track of it for them. Since everyone is keeping track of their own bags, it makes even the foremost arduous holiday traveling much easier, and with tons less hassle and stress, that in and of itself makes the trip tons more memorable and fun. You can also check here for memorable travel reviews.

Mom and pop will probably have space in their bags for baby clothes and in fact , the ever present diaper bag, but small kids need their own piece of bags for his or her clothes, toys, toothbrushes and other stuff they’ll need while traveling. once they grow old and need to ride within the car for long trips to go to relatives during the vacations , they’ll need a place to place their favorite toys and books. kids luggage for traveling satisfies all of your kids’ travel needs and keeps them happy and peaceful during what are often a stressful time of year.

If you’re in need of bags for your kids to travel this Christmas, you ought to consider totes, messenger bags, lunch bags and backpacks of varied designs, colors and sizes. If you are not organized, holiday travel are often particularly stressful. With all the good shapes and sizes of kids’ luggage, being more organized may be a snap since great luggage makes it easy to pack smarter and more efficiently. With luggage styles like pilot cases, backpacks and duffel bags, every child within the family will surely find something he or she likes.

A Tip for Your Kids’ Luggage

Since this is often their luggage, meaning they’ll respect it and lookout of it better which suggests it’ll last an extended time. a method to offer them more ownership of their luggage, having it personalized with their name for an additional special touch which pays off in supplying you with more value for your dollar since they’ll treat it better. Not only do kids feel more “grown-up” with their own luggage, but personalized bags are easier to seek out within the luggage areas of airports. having the ability to seek out your luggage faster and easier in an airport makes your holiday traveling tons more enjoyable and stress-free.

When traveling anytime, but especially during the vacations , your older kids will want to pack and carry their own luggage and personalized totes, duffel bags, backpacks and pilot cases will make that tons easier. Kids’ luggage comes altogether shapes and sizes and can help make your holiday travel experience far more pleasant this year!

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Sandy Gordon Frankfort is a proud Attachment Parent and loving Mother of two boys. Sandy founded her company Baby Love Wrap based on her firm beliefs in Attachment Parenting. She writes in order to connect and share with others on this amazing journey of Life. Please join Sandy and her family on their trip around the world at Four Love of the Globe and get involved in the discussions all things, Parenting, Life and Love. Stay connected on Facebook as well on Baby Love Wrap and Four Love of the Globe Much Love and Support to all of you doing the most important and rewarding job on Earth.


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Vedjen September 6, 2013 at 1:19 am

Thank you. I needed this today.

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Sandy Frankfort September 6, 2013 at 11:33 pm

Thank you for reading, Vedjen. I’m glad. So did I 🙂

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Julinda September 6, 2013 at 10:52 am

Thanks for this inspirational post! I am often held back not only by what others might think/say but by my own fears, so your courage in living the life you choose inspired me.

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Sandy Frankfort September 6, 2013 at 11:32 pm

Thank you so much Julinda! I haven’t allowed myself to be held back but other’s opinions get to me sometimes and this is why I felt compelled to write and share my thoughts. My wish for you and all of us is that we live our lives despite fear of other’s thoughts or opinions or their judgement against us.

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Andrea September 6, 2013 at 1:21 pm

This was a great thing for me to hear today. I think as parents we struggle daily with these social norms that we know don’t fit into our particular ways of parenting. I think what you’re doing is great for your boys. I hope to keep a few phrases from your writing in my head to repeat like a mantra when I’m around my incredibly neurotic mil.

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Sandy Frankfort September 11, 2013 at 12:55 pm

Thank you so much Andrea. Yes, I too repeat these mantras in my head 🙂 I am thankful we all have each other. I appreciate you taking the time.

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Cindy September 6, 2013 at 1:55 pm

Amen sister! We are AP parent, co sleeping, long term bf, the whole deal and vegetarians. We get the same attitude every day. Boston burbs are a hotbed of “insecure, unhappy people with unfulfilled dreams”….and big mouths too. You sound like excellent parents. Keep on your path.What an incredible way to experience the world and grow up. Teaching our children is natural, institutionalized schooling is not. We received complaining letters from my 4yr olds preschool teacher that he was trying to teach the other kids about atoms and how to multiply. Around here $$ sneakers and backpacks are more important than intelligence. Pathetic.

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Sandy Frankfort September 11, 2013 at 1:00 pm

Thank you so much Cindy! I wish we lived closer! You sound like my kind of woman! I wish the same for you. Continue on your path. It’s natural and it’s yours. Also, your son will continue the atom conversation despite resistance, thanks to your encouragement and support! I’m so happy to meet you. 🙂

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Kari September 6, 2013 at 2:53 pm

Awesome. Keep it up!

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Sandy Frankfort September 11, 2013 at 1:04 pm

Thank you so much, Kari 🙂

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Kari September 6, 2013 at 2:54 pm

Oh, and I’m right there with you in terms of people thinking I’m crazy at times. It can be lonely.

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Sandy Frankfort September 11, 2013 at 1:06 pm

Thank you. I’m so happy we all have each other amongst the craziness. 🙂

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Bethany Whitaker September 6, 2013 at 5:30 pm

This was so empowering. Unfortunately, how I choose to parent is not seen as the “usual or correct” way. I do struggle to admit to other people to choices that I’ve made and why even though I firmly believe in those choices. I know I’m doing the best I can which is a bloody great job. You’ve just given me the confidence to openly support how I parent. I guess you could have called me a “in the closet” attachment parent 🙂
Not anymore.
One more thing, I never even thought to take my son traveling for a long period of time to do what you are doing. This is going to be my goal from now on… What a magical adventure full of life’s lessons and mysteries. I can’t wait to hear all about it. Thank you again. I’m so glad you posted this today. X

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Sandy Gordon Frankfort September 13, 2013 at 2:42 am

Hi Bethany!

I’m so happy you are ‘out of the closet’! There will always people to judge and disagree but it’s our own reaction and confidence that will deflect how it makes us feel. There is no correct or usual way…although our society and the norms within it make us think there is.

I encourage you to be proud of yourself and your choices and when they don’t feel right, it’s up to you to make decisions to adjust. That is the wonderful thing about trusting your instincts.

Thank you for your kind words and I’m so happy to have you along on our journey. Please visit our website and facebook page for photos and updates along the way! Four Love of the Globe 🙂

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Sarah September 6, 2013 at 9:30 pm

BRAVO! I believe all of this with all my heart, our family doesn’t fit into any normal category. We slept with our oldest until he was excited about being in his own bed, but still he likes to snuggle and talk to sleep. Our youngest, at 5.5 still sleeps right next to me…sometimes he tries to sleep with both feet and hands under if he can! I breastfed both boys as long as they wanted, one until 2 the other until 4.5. We have found that often we feel a little between all groups of others…we aren’t homeschooling, nor do our children have typical pleasures (no constant screen time, very limited shows!), we let our boys play sports, but don’t make it overly serious, we live what others call a “small” house, but we love the intimacy. We like this path. I appreciate post like yours that share the joy of being the family you are, enjoy your travels 🙂

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Gayle September 8, 2013 at 10:58 am

Thank you so much for writing and sharing this! I’ve been doubting myself lately with all the negative comments I’ve been getting on how I’m raising my son. I really needed this!

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Megan Oteri (memomuse) September 10, 2013 at 2:30 pm

Sandy.

Well written. You are doing what so many people wish they could do. The people that criticize are most likely jealous.
I don’t understand why attachment parenting is criticized so much — it is about building and nurturing an attachment. Obviously there are other principles and factors but primarily is about building and nurturing the bond of parent and child.
I am sure your children are building attachments to a whole different side of education. They are living and learning and learning and living. I am a former public school teacher and I think children do learn best by engaging with their environment. And it seems your children are doing just that. I look forward to reading more about your adventures.
“Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.” – Mark Twain

“I’ve never let my school interfere with my education.” – Mark Twain
(I saw this quote on your Facebook page)

“I am not a teacher, but an awakener.” (this is my favorite quote as an educator about education. I have a plaque with this quote I always hang in my classroom.
― Robert Frost

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BonnieJeanne September 12, 2013 at 11:38 pm

Thank you, thank you, thank you. You have no idea how much I needed this at this exact point in my life. Thank you so much for encouraging me to get my power back and dust off that confident Momma that lives deep within me. Your words have inspired me so much to stay true to myself. Never forget that yourself. It sounds like you and your family are on one amazing journey together. Always remember that your children chose you both as parents for a reason so other people who just don’t get that can just zip their mouths and continue living their surface lives. Much love sent to you! And safe travels.

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Farzana September 26, 2013 at 2:02 pm

RESPECT!!! Thank you so much for posting this. You have just become my biggest hero! 🙂 Wishing you and your family a prosperous life together as a loving union. Enjoy your free floating life! <3

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