You've been warned: children are EXHAUSTING!
Especially if they're small like mine, who are three-and-a-half and one-and-a-half. You can't keep your eyes and hands off of them; and they can't stop asking for everything under the sun.
Can you pick me up? Can I take my jacket off? Can you hold my jacket? Can I have ice-cream? Can you buy me that?
All day long.
That's just the older one, who can at least communicate. The toddler points and screams, then hurts herself in some bizarre way.
|Comfortable in yoga wear at Disneyland.|
|Easy travels in cotton shirt dress over capri-style tights and sandals. (BTW, mountains in the SW are beautiful!)|
Our recent vacation to Southern California was, therefore, not a vacation at all.
But hey, our family needed bonding after losing a significant member. And, frankly, all Seattleittes need sun after each winter.
I understand you're much too young to have children.
But for future reference, the travel tips below might come handy.
Traveling with small children - tips and style:
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