Families - Travel Together and Stay Together
Does everyone passing through the kitchen within the same hour count as eating dinner together? We get together with our extended family on holidays and I keep up with their Facebook page. That counts, right? Why should your family (and even your extended family) travel together? Reason #1 - uninterrupted time. We probably don't need to go on . . .
My son LOVES snorkeling. If there were a t-shirt, hat, and a Lego set with I HEART SNORKELING, he would have them all. We didn't know this until we exposed him to it and now, every time he does it, it makes me cry because he's so excited. He's snorkeled in the Bahamas, Cayman and Turks and we've already booked our excursion for spring break this year. To us, it's important to experience life outside of the every day with your kiddos. That's how you get to know them better. It's highly recommended. We're certified with Disney, we've been all over the Caribbean and Mexico with our kids. Leverage our experience.
MY BROTHER HAS 3 KIDS AND THEN MY HUSBAND HAS 2 SIBLINGS . . . . AND WE CAN'T FORGET HIS PARENTS . . .AND I'LL BE HONEST, EVERYONE IS PRETTY DIFFERENT
Yes, this is how multi-generational family vacations roll. Grandma wants the perfect getaway for all her children's families. Brother doesn't get along with sister. Your daughter and nephew fight ALL OF THE TIME. Other sister never pays attention to her kids. It's difficult to please everyone, right? Separation, togetherness, separation . . we have your ticket because we do it too. We'll help you find the best of all worlds . . .well, maybe 90% of them . . . .because cousin Bobby never likes anything. :)