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Bonjour, Family Flyer subscribers! If you’re new to our newsletter, welcome aboard. This week we’ve got some excellent content, from pro travel tips for hassle-free family travel to one family’s blog about their nearly free flight around the globe. But first, take a tour of this edition’s featured family destination: Paris. Paris isn’t just for lovers, its wonderful for families too! So grab the nearest croissant and coffee, scroll through Bryan Pirolli's guide to Paris with Kids, and start packing for your next family vacation in the City of Lights.
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There’s no better place to find inspiration for your family adventures than Instagram! Check out this week’s favorite nomadic families to follow:

@TravelMadMum + @TravelMadDad This UK family has used time off during maternity leave to see the world.

@TheMomTrotter As a TPG writer, homeschooler and full-time travel mama, Karen’s philosophy on family travel is, “its okay if your kids don’t remember the trips, because you will, and that matters too.”
Airplane travel can be scary for little ones. But there are quite a few tips and tricks that can help ease your child's anxiety.

For example, having little presents that kids can open during the flight can help prevent melt downs. Here is some advice from flight attendants who have seen it all.

Use these tips to make flying with young ones easier!
Flying with Kids
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Diapers, toys, books, and clothes...

From drugstores to wholesale clubs to grocery stores: you’ve spent a lot of money to raise your kids. As costs getting to and from your vacation destination can also add up, let’s use those hard-earned credit card points!

If your current credit card isn’t offering you this perk, let this article convince you to get one that does!
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