Laws for general safety equipment differ around the world. Does it matter? I was going to do a lot of research on carseat and bicycle helmet laws around the world. It thought it would be a handy list to have available to readers. I was discussing this with a travel counselor today and she looked at me like I had 6 eyes. She said if I know that keeping my kid in a carseat or bicycle helmet will keep my kid safe, what do I care what the local laws are? From now on, I?m bringing a seat and a helmet! Duh.
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After years of traveling every week for business, Kim sought out other moms who traveled to understand how they dealt with the guilt, the scheduling and their family relationships. Advice from the trenches made travel–and life–much easier and often much more fun. Kim realized that other traveling moms would appreciate these insights, too, and TravelingMom.com was born. Just a few years later, TravelingMom is among the best known family travel web communities with the leading travel writer network. The advice and insight of this community is sought out by national news networks, travel companies and traveling moms who need to know.
She has been selected as the travel expert for Wyndham’s Women on Their Way, Mom Talk Radio and has been featured in Good HouseKeeping, NY Times Travel, Forbes.com, Hannah Storm’s CBS News Blog, JuJu Chang’s Moms Get Real and The Montel Williams Show.
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