Our 2016 Travel Itinerary

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For those that are interested,  we are currently working on our Itinerary for this upcoming year for travel.  Yes we are kind of going to many places but then we are not due to reasons (1) work & (2) school Itinerary. Of course this will change as the time goes on and we will also add places to see as we go too! So be sure to check back for our updates as I will enter our travels as we go too!

January: So I had said no planned trips, but below are our trips that we have done for the month of January!

February: Maybe a birthday trip for the boys to Denmark?

March: Munich, Germany

April: French Riviera & Monaco

May: Hoping for the tulip festival in the Netherlands- BOOKED!

June: USA?  Heading out on our Summer Adventure!

July: Hopefully TBEX in Sweden & Copenhagen  No where. 🙁

August: Poland & Spain/Portugal



September: Crete & Ireland

Mom  trip to London!

October: No planned trips.

November: No planned trips.



December: Christmas markets of course. And maybe somewhere for Christmas!

  • Austria

Our trips are of course always subject to change!

Recommendations on places to see and go?  Post below!

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Jennifer is a US-expat living in Europe. She is a travel blogger specializing in Kid Friendly travel. She loves travelling, spending time with her family, drinking coffee (about 1x per month... so she is a little crazy) and an overall awesome person. Well at least I think I am awesome. Thank you for reading!


  1. I took the kids on Springs break to both the French Riviera and Provence and we had a blast. The tulip festival is gorgeous and a must see in Lisse and you’ll have a blast taking photos of the beautiful flower presentations. I hope you get to Sweden for the blogging conference. Happy New Year and happy travels!!

  2. I’m stoked I’ve come across your blog! My husband and I are contemplating a 3 month travel experience with our kids (4,2, and 2 month baby). The thing is we live in Australia, and are interested in exploring Europe, so there’s a lot of travel involved. I’m looking forward to reading more of your blog, to get more ideas about how, where etc. Thankyou for sharing your experiences!

      • 🙂 we are interested in reading about places in the Middle East and Europe. So far we know we want to go back to Switzerland and the Greek islands (we travelled before kids and we have fond memories of these places) and anywhere in between. We have contemplated driving through Europe in a campervan, but we have no experience with driving in the EU., what do you think?

        • I think driving in campervan is certainly doable. Unfortunately I haven’t really spent time in the Greek Islands (BUT we are going to Crete in September and on a cruise in April 2017 to the Greece). I have only driven through Switzerland, BUT we may be going to southern Germany in April so I am sure we may go to Switzerland on a day trip! I have been to the Middle East. I went to Dubai in 2004 but I didn’t have children then.

  3. I’m so glad I found your blog! My husband and I are moving to Wiesbaden in March and we have a 1 1/2 year old, so your travel info is a big help!

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