free - List of medications moms should not travel without
As a pharmacist by profession and an avid traveler by passion, I have compiled a list of essential medications that I take with me whenever I travel with my children.
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Mathematician, turned high school teacher, turned pharmacist, turned stay-at-home mama of 4 kids born within 5 years. Now I use my education and skills to focus on living a full life with my family.
We love to travel as a family (our kids are currently 6 years old and under) and really enjoy sharing our tips and tricks on how to create your own family travel adventures with your little ones.
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