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Nothing bites into a family travel budget like restaurant dining three times a day. Having to shell out for breakfast, lunch and dinner, let alone snacks and the occasional ice cream treat, can grow into a major mindless expense. But a growing family has got to eat, and sharing memorable ...

Don't rely on children's menus to keep your tot fed

Ideally by the preschool years you’ve instilled some sense of table manners in your child, but despite your best efforts chances are there is still room for improvement. 3-to-5-year-olds are loathe to sit still and feign politeness for more than 20-minute ...

Several remedies available to ease young one's discomfort

Cutting a tooth affects each child differently. For some it’s a non-event, for other’s it’s a painful ordeal accompanied by drooling, discomfort, cranky moods and sleepless nights – not exactly what you want to deal with when you’re away from home. Teething typically starts ...

Feeding an infant on vacation needn't be a problem

Among the many benefits of breastfeeding, add travel convenience to the list. You’re always ready to feed on demand, without the hassle of sterilizing equipment or worries about water purity. Just be aware of any cultural sensitivities in your host environment and ...

Feeding a novice eater when traveling

By 6 months, most babies are starting to eat solid food – if you call soft, mushy blobs of nourishment “solid”. Nutritionally speaking, breast milk or formula should continue to be the primary source of calories up until baby’s first birthday, but curiosity and appetite ...