We are heading out on our first big family vacation and one the most stressful parts of family travel happens before you ever leave home. Packing can be a process, as you want to make sure that you don’t forget anything essential for the kids or yourself. Here’s how I’ve tackled the process, feel free to use our handy family packing guide to make sure that you get these essentials into your bag
Your bundle of joy has traded casual kicks for constant motion, your bladder feels like it will never be empty again, and, if you’re like I was, your feet may as well be loaves of bread. You are in full-on countdown mode – baby will be here any day, and you’ll be taking anywhere from Read More
It’s a rare occasion in my household (unfortunately) to get dressed up for a fancy night out. The reality of the situation is, that as mom’s we seldom get opportunities to put a ball gown on, get our hair blown out, have a lady spray tan us, and for once, have someone else put your makeup on. This weekend I get to have all this done (if you don’t have children yet, let me tell you, is a big freaking deal)!
There is no amount of words that can describe the artistry that is devoted to the businesses that I witnessed at the Queen Bee Market. As a “newbie” (how I referred to myself the entire weekend), I was in awe that some of these small businesses were to put simply, are BIGGER than life. If you’re looking for inspiration, make your way to this show.
Trying to find a family vacation that will accommodate strollers, diaper bags and lots of rowdy goodness? Then you are looking for a place that toddlers can enjoy. There are great places that the little ones will enjoy. Tweetsie Railroad Tweetsie Railroad, between Blowing Rock and Boone, NC, offers little ones a theme park that Read More
Keeping young kids entertained can be fun for both them and you. There are so many great toddler activities that incorporate learning, creativity, and free play in a way that makes art and exploration exciting. We’ve rounded up 10 cool projects to do with your toddler! Homemade Moon Sand Rather than buying the pre-made stuff, Read More
There is something really magical about the old fashion bar carts from the 60’s that have made a comeback over the last several years. We have a antique wooden bar my husband’s father brought back from China years ago, so I thought I’d share the staples we stock our bar with when we have Read More
His and Her Travel Fashion Are you the first one to admit that you’re not the most efficient packer? Well, I’ve got you covered! For most people, there is always one too many suitcases and more times than not, they are filled to the brim with things that never see that light of day during Read More