16 Feb 2014
It’s been a little quiet on my blog, but I’m back! I’m actually typing this from my parents’ house in Holland (Europe). For those who don’t know: in 2010 I moved from Europe to the US and every year around this time I try to visit my family back home for a couple of months. Last year I visited them in March and this year I’m here a little earlier in the year.
Like last year Mason and I traveled by ourselves (daddy will be joining us later on), so preparing for the trip was a little bit of a ‘to-do’, but luckily everything went fine. Actually, I’m happy to say that Mason does really good on airplanes! So far he’s flown to California, to Hawaii and to Europe twice, with no issues whatsoever.
Below is a pic of us on the plane. As you can see, he was very comfortable… hihi!
Like last year preparing and packing for our trip got a little hectic and my mind wasn’t on blogging at all. Sorry! But I’m back now and I have a lot of things to write about, so.. beware… lol!
I’m going to start off tomorrow by showing you the makeup I brought with me for this trip and I’ll be sharing how I pack my makeup and toiletries. I’ve actually discovered a new way to travel with liquids in my carry-on without adding extra weight or having everything leak, so I’ll tell you guys about it.
Also, for the last couple of weeks I’ve been trying out new products by CoverGirl. Can’t wait to share those with you! I’m thinking about making a YouTube video showing the products and posting it here (it will be my first video EVER!). Exciting!
Also, this might be a little random, but I’m thinking about doing a blog post about traveling with an infant. I’ve been flying with Mason ever since he was 8 months old (he’s now 18 months) and even though I’m by no means ‘an expert’ (there are always things I think I should have done better/differently!), I might be able to share a few things that may help other moms who are thinking about traveling overseas by themselves with their baby/toddler. What do you think?
So yeah, lots coming up. Thanks for your patience.