What to do with the child on the road? (part 1)
What to do with the child on the road? Psychologist's advice. Traveling in a car or on an airplane limits the ability of a small fidget to move; and since…

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What to do with the child on the road? (part 1)
What to do with the child on the road? Psychologist's advice. Traveling in a car or on an airplane limits the ability of a small fidget to move; and since…

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Toys to take with you
Here, of course, you need to take into account the interests of your baby. But, there are "universal" toys that will bring joy to any little spa. These are, first…

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WHEN 2 + 1 = 2: SAVING A RIDE WITH A CHILD

A lot has been written about the benefits of traveling with a child: this is the joy of communication, and new joint discoveries, and one of the ways a baby develops. Parents planning their first serious trip with their child automatically calculate its cost for three people. Meanwhile, fortunately, the cost of a child traveler is much less than an adult. Our article will tell you how to save money on family trips without saving on pleasures. Country of rest The first sentence will be both obvious and incredible: do not limit yourself to stereotypes about countries where you can relax with your child. Continue reading

Estonia
The dipped beam. The Baltic countries are cheaper than most countries of Western Europe - this is an ideal scenario for a short vacation with children, where an interesting weekend…

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Samui (Thailand), Crocodile Dreams
If the rest of Thailand is often overrun by tourists, sometimes with dubious nightlife, then Samui is mastered for the most part by European adventurers and families with children who…

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BEST EUROPEAN ENTERTAINMENT PARKS
Tivoli, Copenhagen, Denmark A small, slightly stiff, not full of tricked rides - and such a charming Tivoli Park. It seems that Hans Christian Andersen himself would recommend visiting him.…

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What to do with the child on the road? (part 3)
Compose a poem. Start with a simple monosyllabic word, such as, for example, "cat" and take turns adding nouns to the rhyme: year, mouth, mole, honey, ice, vault. Then try…

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