Travelling with little ones may sound stressful. In reality, it really is stressful 😆 BUT travelling with your kids is an opportunity for them to see the world in a different perspective and for you to appreciate the more essential things in life.
You witness their sweet moments…
And share sweat moments. 😂
Your kids learn to explore and crave for adventure. A simple stroll becomes more more fun,
because nagiging habulan…
o kaya may puwet na huhugasan.
You also come to realize that your baby’s poop odor is the same across the border.
You get to stop and smell the roses..
have a break from your busy every day life…
and stay put for a while… kasi may borlog and tulo laway 😂
You learn to be patient and understanding.
Yung nagprepare ka ng sobra sobra para di sila magkasakit, from gloves, bonnet, thermal wear, etc. They have everything they need. Sabay bibigyan ka ng ganitong mukha kasi ayaw isuot. 😆
You learn to be selfless.
Complete ang OOTDs nila. Ikaw naman ang Kon Mari ang OOTD.
You find something in common despite the generation gap.
Happy sila sa toy souvenirs.
Happy ka naman sa toilet souvenirs.
You learn to appreciate your partner more.
At some point, iinit ulo niya sa’yo but it doesn’t mean he loves you any less. Gusto lang talaga nya matulog.
It was our first time to fly out of the country, and from the start, I knew it was going to be tiring and stressful. Pero I also knew that the endless packing, washing of pwet, “are we there yet” whining, habulan and walang tulugan nights, pahirapang gisingan, pahirapang tulugan, buhatan, packing and unpacking again, etc. are all worth it. ️
Watch our travel to Japan vlog here:
Baguio Places by Mae says
Awww this is so sweet! This serves an eye opener to me since I want also to travel the world with my niece who is just 4 years old. One of my friend experienced what you have wrote on your blog, and for me it’s cute hahahaha. 🙂