When we moved to Georgia from Texas, I decided to quit my part-time job and stay home full-time. My husband was betting against me lasting more than six months, and my stubbornness kept me from admitting the same thing to myself. However, here we are more than a year and a half later with Mom … Continue reading Top Ten Tips: How to Travel with Kids All By Yourself!
For three weeks in the fall several years ago, we left home for an extended round trip to Yellowstone through twelve national park sites, eleven states, and more than 4,000 miles. Through several years of longer travel, we have figured out that what works best for our family is an extended stay somewhere in the middle … Continue reading Yellowstone Family Road Trip Itinerary – Our Three Week National Park Circle
Learning happens anywhere and any time, usually without you acknowledging it. When you do call it “learning”, that’s when the kids stop doing that very thing. Whether you do traditional schooling or homeschooling, driving in the car is a great time to do some fun family learning any time. Now, a quick disclaimer. Being on … Continue reading Schooling from the Driver’s Seat
Top two expenses every year for homeschooling the four kids: travel and membershipsTop two best money investments: travel and memberships I strongly believe that, of all that we do for school, our non-traditional learning is what has been most impactful to helping my kids truly learn and love our world. No amount of book reading … Continue reading Museum Memberships: Are They Worth It?
Being married changes you. Having kids changes you. Life changes you. These show you what you could do better – and allow each individual’s quirks to balance us all out. Even if we don’t like to admit it. As Jerry Maguire famously said, “You complete me.” And this is truer in no part of life than on vacation. … Continue reading Time Out: Mixing Slow Travel with Rapid Fire Destinations