The CIty Museum is the one not-free attraction that needs to be a must-see during your St. Louis trip. Wonderland. Fantasyland... No matter what you call it, this one-of-a-kind building deserves a whole day to fully enjoy it. Make the most of your day with these mom tips, cautionary tales, and ways to let explorers of all ages take part in the magic. It's a definite must see!
Lice expertise didn’t happen during my training to be a physician assistant or my ten years of working a clinic. Learn from my mistakes. Learn what not to do. And learn how to get rid of them naturally and effectively. If you have lice, you need all the support you can get!
Road trips can be the most memorable things you ever do with your family and also one of the most overwhelming. Let me help you start at the beginning to make a trip for every member in your family.
Travel is an excellent opportunity to show short-term budgeting across lodging, food, gas, and even outings. Including the kids in money saving and money spending may be one of the best life lessons you ever teach them. Here are six ways to include the kids in these travel discussions.
No matter what we do, travel is stressful, and no one enjoys travelling with parents who freak out. Let's simplify family road trips to lessen the parent stress so travel is enjoyed not dreading. Here are the top ten ways this parent has found to simplify travel life with kids.
This highest place in Georgia allows you to look out toward four states from the 360 view from the observation deck across the Chattahoochee - Oconee National Forest to Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina, and South Carolina. Take the half-mile trail up from the parking lot at Brasstown Bald or catch the bus, but the views at 4,784 feet of the Chattahoochee - Oconee National Forest are well worth the trek either way. Here are the details you need for the best day trip from the Atlanta area.
Let's learn geography in a way that actually means something so it will stick! But out down the textbooks and boring curriculum. All you need are beautiful informative books, a library card, and maps - and travel! Check out these books and supplies to get started and simplify world geography with these tips.
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!