We are flying to Quebec next week. Our next seminar will be outside of Montreal. You might remember that we were there one time before and shared about our visit to Mont Royal which is a great place to visit if you are even in Montreal.
We now travel 5 times a year with my husband’s job. He works with a local church in each city and provides free seminars on the Bible for the community to learn more about God. We are in each location for a little over a month. It is fun for our family to learn about new areas in the USA and Canada. Plus, we get to do a lot of family friendly activities. So yes, we move a lot. But right now, it works for us.
Have you moved a lot in your lifetime?
I cannot count any longer how many times I have flown in an airplane. My daughter has flown a lot as well in her 5 years of life. She loves moving around the country and flying on airplanes. She is more excited than any of us to board that airplane; even when the flight is 4 hours or more!
Here are 3 traveling tips that I find helpful:
So stay tuned for some posts about our trip to Quebec. Hopefully I can incorporate some French learning into our Kindergarten homeschool.
Any French learning tips for Kindergarten age children?
Been to Canada once, but not there. Bet it’s cold up there right now. Can’t wait to read more. I hear it’s beautiful up there.
I think most of this month it may be warm and humid still in Quebec. We were there in September/October before. It did start cooling down before we left last time. I will have to pack in layers.
Christy Maurer says
We don’t travel a lot but these are great for those who do! Have fun and be safe on your trip!! Pinning this 🙂
Tammy Graham @ LoveMy2Dogs says
I used to fly once per year to Arizona to see my parents but they have moved back here to Ohio so there is no more flying there for me. I happen to love to fly as long as I can get a window or isle seat. I don’t want to be stuck in the middle. My favorite place is to fly First Class for sure but that is just the luck of the draw.
Have a safe trip.
I have only flown first class twice and loved it too. It was much easier with a baby to fly that way. Now that we have two, flying is not fun to me. My daughter is great but entertaining a 1 year old on the plane for 4 hours is not fun!
My 5-yr old loves to fly too. And I’m glad. 🙂
Kelly R says
These sound like great tips. I can’t wait to read your posts.