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Old 09-26-2002, 09:01 AM
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Question Any family vacation ideas for a family with a 1 year old and a 2 year old?

We are scheduled to go to the Bahamas next weekend but the hurricanes may prevent our trip. I have a one year old and a two year old and wanted to go somewhere that would be fun for them. We initially chose the Bahamas because of the close proximity (3 hour plane ride) and the all inclusive resort. We plan to stay on vacation for 1 week. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
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Wow this post going back 12 yrs, hmmm 12yrs ago my boys were 12 and 7 LoL.

All I can say for the smaller kids is to make sure they have the familiar toys bits and bobs to take with them. Sometimes keeping it simple is the key as they are little everything is new. I can't comment on the US places to visit I'm not from there.
Googling family holidays in particular areas is good.
I hope going back the 12 years your holiday was a good one
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