Simply For Flying – A Children’s Flight Logbook !

As a truly cosmopolitan family (or at least that’s how we like to think of ourselves…) we love to travel and both of my kids are quite used to flying – so used to it in fact that my six-year-old son is already the proud owner of his own Miles & More card… Well, if your family is like mine then you will love this brand new, adorable flight logbook for kids !

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Australian mom of two and fellow blogger Bronwyn Darnoc has done something I have only just thought about every now and then – on a long flight she came up with the brilliant idea for Simply For Flying, a flight logbook for traveling tots. This passport-sized little book is a perfect flying companion for your little world traveler in the making and let’s them keep track of their destinations, flight numbers, airlines and most importantly all the adventures they encountered on their flights !

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The Simply For Flying logbook comes with additional features like a places-I’ve-visited checklist, time-zone chart, word map,ย  conversion list and a pocket… Whether your child is a frequent traveler or about to fly for the very first time, this adorable little logbook would make the perfect present and a wonderful keepsake to be cherished later on !
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5 Responses to “Simply For Flying – A Children’s Flight Logbook !”

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  1. geraldine says:

    What a great idea – something to remind them of their travels and to keep them occupied, and occupied they need to be especially on those long haul flights. xx

    • Bridgee says:

      Brilliant, right ?! I am glad you like them because two of them are one their way to you right now !!! ๐Ÿ˜‰ Love, Bridgee

  2. Caroline says:

    Hi Bridgee,

    I love it, my daughter will too. How do I get one please ?
    Thanks Caroline & Millie x

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