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10 Black Moms Who Prove That Traveling With Kids Is Cool
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10 Black Moms Who Prove That Traveling With Kids Is Cool

Who says traveling with kids has to be an 'inconvenience'?

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Who says traveling with kids can be an inconvenience? While social media highlights baddies going on girls’ trips and attractive couples going on baecations, very rarely do we see people taking their kids on fun and fabulous vacations. In fact, having kids gets a bad rap as some people believe that once you start having kids, the flight life no longer exists. However, these parents' social media pages say otherwise.


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While it may seem like a daunting task, having your kids travel at a young age helps them with their development. According to Travel + Leisure, traveling makes kids more adaptable in situations, empathetic toward other cultures, and helps them linguistically.

Global education specialist Dr. Robin Hancock explained the positive effects of having your kids travel. “They're going to start learning the tools for developing meaningful relationships, especially across differences, from an early age,” he told Travel + Leisure. “Travel has the potential to create a new narrative that teaches children about the similarities with others [and] lays a strong foundation, especially in the early years...We have the potential to raise a generation that knows how to live and coexist with each other.”

Need more proof that being a Black mom who travels is the move? Here are 10 Black moms who prove that traveling with your kids is cool.

Maya Daniele

Maya Daniele is a wife and mother to two daughters under two years old.

Chelsea Murphy

Chelsea Murphy is a social and environmental advocate whose Instagram page is filled with photos of her and her daughters enjoying the outdoors.

Kenniqua Mon’a

Kenniqua Mon’a is a wife and mother to one child and she recently shared a cute Instagram Reel about taking her daughter on her first flight at just three months old.

Nyja

Nyja travels the world with her six-year-old son who also has his own Instagram page @Nolyntheexplorer.

Sierra Red

Sierra Red is a travel industry expert and she shares photos and videos of her family vacations with her husband and son.

Cee and Mea

Cee and Mea along with their son are currently on a “family gap year,” which they described simply as long-term travel.

Monet Hambrick

According to Monet Hambrick’s Instagram bio, “if kids live there, kids can visit.” Monet’s social media page shows her family going on multiple luxurious vacations.

Tash Haynes

Tash Haynes is a Seattle blogger who frequently posts adorable moments of her family, which often includes traveling.

Onyi

Mom and lifestyle blogger Onyi is a wife and mother of two boys. She often shares cute photos of the family wearing matching outfits.

There are so many parents who are taking the leap into travel and not waiting until their children are all grown up. Are you a parent looking to travel with your kids, but don’t know where to start? Here are some general travel tips viaGood Housekeeping: Book your trip far in advance, align travel time with nap time, stay relaxed and give yourself lots of extra time.

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