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Have baby? Do travel. Here’s why…

Wednesday, October 15th, 2014

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Meet the parents: Mr & Mrs Smith

Thursday, July 24th, 2014

Remember long, romantic weekends à deux? James Lohan and Tamara Heber-Percy do. They were so fond of them, in fact, that they made a name for themselves finding idyllic boutique hotels as Mr & Mrs Smith. Since Tom (seven) and Alex (four) joined the clan, their holiday wish list has had a little tweak: good […]

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One stylish boutique hotel, 33 mums, countless cappuccinos, dozens of dilemmas solved… Contributing social editor Molly Gunn reports back from our first Mothers Meeting family-travel clinic. We love a collaboration here at Smith & Family – which is why we teamed up with hip mamas’ community Mothers Meeting to host a coffee morning and informal travel clinic […]

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Anne Coates’ travel tips for parents

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013

Parenting expert, teacher, mother and journalist Anne Coates has a quarter-century of experience with children from babies to teenagers to draw on, and has written on subjects ranging from pre-school education and family-friendly holidays to nutrition. Her latest book – Parenting Without Tears: Living With Teenagers – tackles troublesome teens and their tempestuous ways. Here, […]

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How to… pack for Christmas holidays

Thursday, December 6th, 2012

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Making Smith & Family happen has involved carting our own two small children around a fair few hotels (including some disastrous trips – which I’ll blog about another time), but all this travel does mean we have become quite adept at packing. Often, Dads can be a bit rubbish at this particular chore, but James is quite […]

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