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Traveling with Food Allergies to Universal Studios Orlando

The learning curve of being a new food allergy mom is immense. I’m finding more comfort as we go along, but trial and error can be the difference of life and death. Can we say PRESSURE! There isn’t much room for mistake, and preparation is the very key to safety. Where do we even start? Every person has different degrees of food...

Tips for Tent Camping with a Toddler

Tips for Tent Camping with Toddlers on Family Travel Blog www.HuntingforRubies.com

Camping is something we really want to do with our kids, but I wouldn’t exactly describe our family as outdoorsy. Don’t get me wrong, we love nature, but my husband might be frightened of the creepy crawlies that lurk around our native Florida. And, with kids ages 6, 5, and 1 – camping has not been high on our must-do vacation...

Our First Steps On The Journey with Food Allergies

A new school year has started, and we learned something important over the Summer. Our youngest son has life-threatening food allergies. This was not a fun thing to find out. An allergy test was actually on my agenda to get him when we got back from our annual road trip. I had my suspicions. Yet, with camp, vacation laundry, and family in town, it...

Back to Basic Travel – Tips for Leaving Your Kid’s Technology at Home

How to Take a Family Road Trip and Keep Your Kid's Technology at Home? Tips and advice for leaving personal tablets at home, and what to bring while you travel, instead. www.HuntingforRubies.com

For the last 6 years we have been the kooky family that packs up our entire car for an annual road trip up the East Coast of the United States. We started when Ruby was just 2 months old, and really, never stopped. We mainly travel to see our extended family, making new stops in between. Road trips are my sweet spot and since my children have been...