A day at a Disney World park isn’t an ordinary day. It’s a day that takes the planning and preparation of a military maneuver. It also takes gear. A quick Google search or a poke around Pinterest will reveal that there are as many opinions about what to schlep around for the day as there are mommy bloggers.… Continue reading What’s in Your Park Bag for a Winter Day at Disney?
Discovering your blogging niche is easy when you begin in reality. Unfortunately, I started off on Fantasy Island. Recipes! Crafts! Fitness! Housekeeping! *wipes tears of laughter from eyes. Whew. I crack me up. In my early days of delusion, I imagined my perfect blog. I’d feature inspired, delicious, healthy recipes; fun crafts promoting age-appropriate child development; easy,… Continue reading Blogging in the Dark: How to Write Your Way to a Blogging Niche
Put your child’s mind at ease and add a little Christmas magic with this easy to customize letter to Santa. You’re worried about packing, flights, and holiday shopping. It all seems so stressful. But your kids have a much bigger concern: If they’re not home for Christmas, how will Santa find them? Sure, some kids will… Continue reading How to Inform Santa that Your Child Won’t Be Home for Christmas! (Free Printable)
Can you really convince your kids that keeping a travel journal is a good idea? Your family is taking an awesome trip to a fabulous location. You’ve done everything to ensure your kids have a great time, and you want them to remember the trip forever. So you suggest that they keep a journal to… Continue reading Encouraging Your Child to Keep a Travel Journal with 22 Easy Writing Prompts (Free Printable!)
Got a mom who travels on your holiday shopping list? There may be 12 Days of Christmas, but here are 14 gifts, all under $25, for the traveling mom on your list. Pop one of these under the Christmas tree, and she’ll thank you for your thoughtfulness. Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links, which… Continue reading 14 Awesome Gifts Under $25 for Moms Who Travel
I know. If you’re taking a family trip, it’s already multigenerational. There’s your generation, and there’s your kids’ generation. That’s two generations and, therefore, multigenerational. But what I want to focus on is adding a third generation–your kids’ grandparents–or even a fourth generation if your kids are lucky enough to have great-grandparents who are able to… Continue reading Two Huge Reasons to Make Your Family Trip Multigenerational