First of all, let’s introduce ourselves. My name and I’ll be doing the most ‘blogging’ is Charmaine, my husband is Zac. Between us we have 5 children.
Together with our children; we’re on a mission creating memories.
We aim to share tips that we learn along our journey that help us make raising children & travelling with kids a little easier. Including our adventures, creations and play.
We’ll share reviews on different places we stay, play & eat at just to provide you with peace of mind when booking your next holiday and share with you all the hidden gems we find that you might not have heard about – and there is so much!
Our eldest daughter, Lulu, was diagnosed with a rare degenerative eye disorder called Retinitis Pigmentosa. She has already lost a significant amount of her vision with less then 10 degrees remaining. She is legally blind and the harsh reality is that she may go blind any day now. There is no known cause and no cure.
The news gave us a whole new perspective on life; leading us on our mission.
We are passionate about seeing and experiencing as many new experiences as we can both in Australia & overseas. We also want to show you that travelling with children doesn’t have to be ‘dreaded’. As adults, we know how much life experiences can mould the person we become, so we believe that sharing all the experiences and opportunities with our children is a very unique education in itself.
‘There are road blocks and stop signs along every journey, pick your destination – A Little Roadtrip’
We then found ourselves keeping a blog of our adventures. So here we are, trying to blog and share new ideas with other families with hopes to inspire everyone to travel with their kids. #takethekids
We pride ourselves with our strong family values and promise to be 100% honest in our posts at all times.
We welcome all feedback and suggestions and look forward to meeting you all on this journey.
Bear with us as we stumble our way through the life of blogging.
Our favourite quote: ‘Once a year go someplace you’ve never been before’ – Delai Lama