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Florida Bound with Our #IntelTablets! + Travel Tips

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We are so excited to be heading back to Florida! This summer we’ll be headed there to celebrate the kids’ birthdays and to spend some time with our family.

The kids are so excited we are already planning out what attractions and parks we will visit with our
Intel Tablets. I know for sure we will be visiting LegoLand which is probably what we are most excited about.

My daughter is already planning our route through the park since she found the map of LegoLand.

She’s also pretty adamant that we see the whales and dolphins. She says she’s always wanted to see them up close and wants to be close enough to pet them… hopefully we can make that happen!

Sea World will also be on our list as well as a few parks and other fun attractions.

With the kids planning the trip, I’m just hoping the rest of us can keep up!

Travel Tips

When you are traveling with kids, it can be exhausting. I remember driving to Florida when the kids were still in diapers and that was probably not the best idea we had. We ended up stopping a lot to change diapers, give the kids a break from their car seats and other things that would come up.

We haven’t traveled too much but I’ve learned a few things that have helped us make traveling a little easier with kids.

  • Have the kids pack a backpack full of their favorite toys to keep them busy during wait times, flights, car rides. There’s nothing worse than a bored child when traveling.
  • Snacks are definitely a must. Even if you are traveling for just a few hours, kids seem to always end up hungry once they know they can’t have food!
  • Bathroom break before the flight/drive. Always, always, always make your child go to the restroom before you leave (or at least have them try).
  • Arrive early. I try to never be late, I’d rather end up waiting a few minutes or an hour than missing a plane or not being on time. Remember to give yourself plenty of time, with kids anything can happen that may delay you a bit.

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