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Nutrition for your Crawler with Gerber Lil Bits

We have been traveling for most of August and September and wouldn’t you know it, Joey started crawling while we were away. The second he started crawling, he started putting EVERYTHING in his mouth. This child is ready for more solid foods. With his allergies, I have to watch what I give him. I can’t […]

Traveling with a Baby

This post is brought to you by Boudreaux’s Butt Paste and The Motherhood. All opinions are my own. Just last night we returned from a whirlwind car trip with 5 children. We were pretty much gone for 17 days! I’m going to give you a few tips for traveling with a baby. Tip #1: Have naps and/or […]

Let Baby Ride in Style with Baby Wheels Orlando

Note: I received my stroller rental for free in exchange for this post. All opinions are my own. As a mom to 5, especially two little ones, one of the first things I think about when I think long days at Disney is a stroller! Not only will I need to transport two babies, but […]

Disney Memory Maker

Last week I had the amazing experience of taking my family to Walt Disney World for the Disney Social Media Moms Celebration. I’ll be sharing more about our time over the next few weeks but one of the things I wanted to talk about first was the Disney PhotoPass Memory Maker. They added it to […]

Get Away with the Family to Capitol Reef Country, Utah

In the early fall we are taking a trip West as a family and one of the places I’m looking into stopping is Capitol Reef! Capitol Reef Country is located in the Wayne County area of Utah which includes the cities of Bicknell, Caineville, Fremont, Grover, Hanksville, Loa, Lyman, Notom, Teasdale, and Torrey. It looks […]

Things to do in Wisconsin Dells

Note: This post is sponsored by US Family Guide. All opinions are my own.We are planning a trip to Wisconsin Dells next month and we plan on visiting two new places this year: Ripley’s Believe It or Not and Wizard Quest. I’ll be sharing my thoughts on the attractions after our trip, but wanted to […]

City Break: Florence

Florence is thought of by many as Italy’s most beautiful city and just one glimpse of the skyline as dusk falls will help you to understand why. Around 10 million people per year come to marvel at the historic buildings, enjoy the art galleries and soak up the atmosphere in Florence’s cafes and restaurants. Florence […]

Tips for Proper Preparations before Trips

Anyone who regularly travels will tell you one thing, preparation is key! There’s nothing more annoying than going on a holiday or even a short excursion only to realize that you forgot something. That’s why we’ve come up with a couple of tips you can use to make sure your next trip goes smoothly. Stop Regular Orders […]

Paris food tripping: your street guide

Although Paris holidays are often synonymous with the word “food” and the French capital has an excellent culinary reputation, finding good street food in Paris is sometimes harder than you might think. Luckily, help is at hand with our quick and easy guide. Be discerning about tourist traps While it seems a shame to start […]

Discovering the Best of Florida’s Free Attractions

Florida is one of the most famous tourist destinations in the world and the city of Orlando alone receives over 50 million visitors per year. It’s also one of the most fun U.S. spots to visit and you don’t need to spend a huge amount of cash on a vacation to the sunshine state. Last […]

Survive your Road Trip with Snacks from CVS

Note: This post was sponsored by CVS. All opinions are my own. Many people take road trips for Christmas. We host Christmas at our house, so we don’t have to go anywhere, but we did have to take a road trip earlier this week. We drove 5 hours one way to attend a funeral. With […]

Save Big on Amusement Park Vacations

Travelers Save Big on Amusement Park Vacations No matter what you think the perfect vacation entails, you have to admit that amusement parks offer something for everyone. Whether it’s the Disney parks with costumed characters and rides suitable for kids or Cedar Point, which is home to more roller coasters than any other park in […]

Stay Warm on the go with TrailHopper

It’s starting to cool off around here… well, depending on the day! BabyQ needs to stay warm when we are out and about at all of our sports and scouting events. I have blanket sleepers for her to stay warm in if she’s sleeping, but what about when we are out and about and she […]

Medieval Times in Chicago is a great place for Groups!

Last week I was asked to visit Medieval Times in Schaumburg (Chicago area) for  lunch and to learn more about group, the following opinions are my own. When I showed up at the castle I saw buses arriving with a bunch of school aged kids getting off and it reminded me of going to Medieval […]

Wildlife Prairie State Park

Over spring break we decided we wanted to do a short family vacation somewhere. We briefly talked about Wisconsin Dells, but the tourist season hasn’t really started there so we figured there’d be nothing to do but water parks. I didn’t really feel like hanging at a water park with a 2 month old. My […]