It’s summertime! Children everywhere are happy and free. Oh yes, the little people of the world are running, playing, splashing in pools – and loving life. And, then there are the mamas. The ones who must keep said children from running into traffic, fighting with their siblings and uttering the dreaded phrase, “I’m bored!” every […]
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Growing up in Florida, I loved to swim. Now that I have a daughter, I can’t wait to teach her how to swim and enjoy hot summer days cooling off in a pool. However, at one year old, my daughter isn’t quite ready for the big kids’ pool. Thankfully, we have lots of splash pads […]
Summertime in Atlanta means afternoon heat, unexpected thunderstorms, and tantrums from my toddler when he hears he can’t go outside right now. Fortunately, we’re prepared–and so are you! Here are 5 activities for toddlers that are easy, require very little prep or clean-up, and free because they use what you already have at home. We’ve […]
3, 2, 1…School is out for SUMMER!!!! The end of school year brings excitement and joy to all! There are so many things to celebrate but most importantly being promoted to a new grade. It is a great sense of accomplishment and we should celebrate with our child. After all, we have been there right […]
I didn’t come from a road-tripping family—we were more of a drive to a destination family. So, prior to meeting my husband and having kids I used to dread the idea of a family road trip and sitting in the car for hours on end but I am here to say—I was wrong! I have […]
I know, it seems it is a lifetime and a half away…but we all know how this goes. One day it’s Spring Break and the next the kids are OUT FOR SUMMER. Panic sets in about plans for camps and activities. Honestly, any type of entertainment and/or a time filler. But, as moms, we also […]
Thank you to our presenting partners and all featured camps for sponsoring our 2018 Guide to Summer Camps!
This post is sponsored by our partners at Primrose but the thoughts, experiences, and adoration are all my own!
If you haven’t heard of Noah’s Ark, the non-profit Educational Sanctuary for exotic and farm animals in Locust Grove, you have no idea what you are missing. This beautiful 250-acre property is home to over 1,500 animals. Most of them are brought to “The Ark,” by the Department of Natural Resources, zoos, educational institutions, and the general […]