The year without travel

Mexico 2007

I love to travel. I crave adventure. It's in my blood - I grew up crisscrossing the Atlantic visiting my grandparents and other family members in the UK at least once each year until my 20s. I flew from JFK to Heathrow at the age of 12 as an unaccompanied minor. My childhood's family vacations consisted of sailing trips instead of road trips (and believe me, at the time I didn't appreciate that, but I definitely do now). You see, my parents are soulless gypsies who travel the world and … [Read more...]

NYC with a one year old

NYC May 2011

Once upon a time, before E and I had kids of our own, we vowed to be the very best and coolest uncle and aunt ever. We loved visiting NYC whenever possible, and we realized there was a good chance our young nieces and nephews may not have that opportunity, so we made a commitment to take each and every one of our nieces and nephews to NYC, one at a time, for their 16th birthdays. Cool, right? Fast forward to today. We now have a child of our own, and six (yes, 6!) nieces and … [Read more...]