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Creative Camping Ideas to Educate the Kids to Respect Nature

When we think about camping trips we usually think about relaxation and fun. However, they can also be a teaching opportunity for your kids. In fact, going on a trip like this can be a fantastic way of letting the younger members of the family see how amazing nature is and how it needs to be respected at all times. So, what terrific camping ideas can help you to get this message across? Camp on the Beach There are few {Read More}

Hit Up Pensacola Beach For A Good Time

On our little vacation our first stop was Pensacola Beach! This was my families first time ever to the ocean, and let me tell you, we had the best time! We didn’t realize we had to pay a toll to cross over into Pensacola Beach and we only had our debit card, once we got to the toll, they informed us we needed $1, sadly I didn’t have no cash on me, however, the guy was super nice and allowed {Read More}

Have Fun For Less Than $20 At Incredible Pizza

Winter months doesn’t have to have you cooped up in the house with the kids. Hit two birds with one stone and head to Incredible Pizza for dinner and a little family fun. Not only will the family walk out with full bellies, but they’ll also walk out talking about all the fun they had! With the ability to win “tickets” to exchange for prizes everyone in the family will be competing to win the most tickets. Right now Incredible {Read More}

Ditch The Winter Blues With Crafts From Oriental Trading

Disclosure: I received product for review purposes only, no other form of payment was received. When cold weather strikes we often times end up sitting inside with kids screaming how bored they are, even though I am sure I could list a million in one things they could do, for instance wash dishes, do laundry, clean their rooms, extra school work, read a book and so forth. However, if you mention those things to the kids, I am sure you {Read More}

Buck’s Pocket State Park

A few weeks ago I was invited to Scottsboro, AL to attend the first ever Getaway Day for bloggers, which was being hosted by the Unclaimed Baggage Center. When I got the email asking if I would be interested in attending the event, I was clueless with what the Unclaimed Baggage Center was, so I educated myself. I asked a few questions got the okay to bring my husband, with anxiety issues, and it being an almost 5 hour drive, {Read More}

Where has the summer gone

Where has the summer gone. In a few weeks it will be back to teaching my young one. We have been doing reading all summer long and I do have to say I am very impressed and glad I ordered hooked on phonics. They helped us A LOT and I am amazed on how well my daughter is reading. We still have along ways to go but over all things are looking good. During this summer we went to the {Read More}

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