When RV-ing in Summer time we had heatwaves and no aircon to worry about, RV-ing in Winter was a whole different level of scary. Driving on extremely small roads that are somehow suppose to be for oncoming traffic as well and you might as well be driving a mini bus is scary. Having to go off the road to let other cars pass you while you wonder will we ever be able to get out of this snow ditch? Continue reading
The last day in Paris, we really wanted to get an early start to make sure we squeeze in as much as we could.
Arren was diagnosed with life threatening allergies before his first birthday, ever since then I’ve been living in a constant state of panic, but you know what it does get easier. One of the things I’ve been trying to encourage Arren is the importance of ALWAYS carrying his epipen and benadryl with him. It might seem like too much responsibility to put on a two year old, but becoming aware and knowing the risks of his allergies is something I want to help him understand from a young age. Continue reading
Is Malmo, Sweden safe for someone with food allergies? Continue reading
Because I had way too many photos for just one post, here is Malmo Part 2! Continue reading
Surviving long haul flights with kids is bad enough as it is, toddlers have an independent streak, they want to be active and they love routine, flying with a child that has severe food allergies can send waves of fear through your body, but with all these non peanut related snacks you won’t need to bring peanuts on the plane causing a possible life threatening allergy. Continue reading