MomTrends Travel Event |NYC 2015

When it comes to what’s new and fun in family travel, MomTrends has you covered. Nicole and Sherri hosted their annual #MomTrendsTravel event at We Work in New York City and MomCave’s Jen was there to cover it. A major highlight was seeing the newest designs from MiracleSuit Swim modeled by some of the New York area mama bloggers. We sampled some barkTHINS (a delicious chocolatey-combo snack, perfect for the airport), shopped the new clothing line by Yamis & Dawn (glam interchangeable, […]

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Staycation with Kids | “Stop Taking Your Kid Places!”

The year was 2009. My husband and I took an exotic vacation to Tokyo and Kyoto. The plane trip was about 14 hours, but it was oh so pleasant and roomy. I even remember liking the plane food. Our Tokyo hotel was fancy and high in the sky as we oversaw the city. We stayed in Tokyo for 4 nights, and Kyoto for three nights. In Kyoto, we stayed at a ryokan, and we slept on tatami mats. Every morning […]

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Road Trip With Kids | Vermont ITVFest

What happens when three New Yorkers take a road trip with kids? AND husband, sister, and a bunch of supplies to host an event at a film festival? MomCave hosted a huge bash at the Independent TV and Film Festival in Vermont. Two of our shows, Slummy Mummy and Double Leche, premiered there last year. So much happened since that last festival. For instance, MomCave was born! Check out our video below for behind the scenes footage of the families […]

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From the DADCave: Staying Connected While Traveling | Traveling Parent

Our very own Dad-in-residence, Sib, talks about traveling while being a working parent and how he stays connected. Pack a Book and Stay Connected When my kids were younger and I traveled for business, I struggled to stay connected with them when I was on the road. Sure, they would be excited to hear my voice. But, as I asked questions about their day—who they played with or sat with at lunch—I would inevitably run dry of questions. I felt […]

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