Tips For Traveling With Kids

Parents
The holidays are here. Time to make memories and enjoy traditions your children will remember for a lifetime. But first, you have to get to Grandma’s house. I’m a pediatrician and mom of two, and I have a few tried and true tricks to make the journey easier on everyone. Full disclosure: some of these tips involve bribery and processed sugar.

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