Antonia Grant is a life-long learner and avid traveler. She loves equipping families with the tools and confidence they need to travel together. That is a major reason she is part of our fantastic team at Families Love Travel! Antonia is also a strong believer in the beauty of multigenerational travel. Her main travel buddies are her husband and young daughter. They have been traveling as a family since her daughter was 7 months old, and internationally since 13 months old! By day she works at Carleton College, by night she writes and edits for Families Love Travel. She’s always seeking new adventures to write about and share.
I am a firm believer in the importance of multigenerational relationships (like those between grandparents and grandkids). I believe they grant us wisdom, a chance to know our family history, and a chance to broaden our understanding of the world in ways that we may not be able to otherwise do – not to mention well-researched and documented benefits related to aging. In our own family, we work hard to cultivate these relationships for our daughter – and ourselves.Read More
What are the best things to do in Seattle for families? From Portland to Vancouver, my countless visits here have taught me a part of my heart will always reside in the Pacific Northwest. Through my own various trips, I have also compiled my family’s list of the 6 Best Things to Do in Seattle for Families!Read More
Keeping kids entertained on a family trip can be a full-time job! I’ve come to understand that one of the “scariest” things about traveling with kids is how to avoid meltdowns and not disturb their routines. To help you stay at ease during a future trip with your little ones, here are a few lessons I’ve learned for keeping kids entertained on a family trip!Read More