Posts tagged travel with kids
I AM WRITING ON “THE SAVVY SOURCE” AGAIN TODAY. We were asked to take some favorite kid interests and go to the next step. How do you encourage your child to take the next step?
Do their favorite, yet expand their horizons?
Be open to new ideas?
Here’s where I took the article:
Sometimes ‘the usual’ needs to be exchanged for a new kind of fun. With a full selection of activities in the Atlanta More >
NIGHT NUMBER ONE, FOLLOWING THE INITIAL DAY OF OUR NATCHEZ TRACE JOURNEY, FOUND US IN A WINERY. Yes, a winery. The Amber Falls Winery & Cellars was just a few miles up the road from our stip at the Meriwether Lewis checkpoint. After checking into the Commodore Hotel in Linden, TN, we went back through Hoenwald, TN to the wine trail area of Hampshire for the Cajunfest event being held at Amber More >
RECENTLY I RECEIVED AN INVITATION TO ATTEND THE “PARENT BLOGGERS EVENT” AT THE HIGH MUSEUM IN DOWNTOWN ATLANTA. It’s one of our family’s favorite destinations in Midtown so they didn’t have to twist my arm twice. The idea was to have Atlanta’s varied museums and activities highlighted for writers to gather information and find out about unique opportunities. It was a wonderful venue to ask More >
MY LATEST ARTICLE ON THE SAVVY SOURCE WAS PUBLISHED TODAY. I’ve been waiting anxiously for this publishing date because I had some fun exploring the High and the possibilities for fun within it’s white walls. So often museums are considered a boring option for family fun…at least that’s how the first impression occurs. Don’t believe me? Try saying the words “amusement park”, “movies”, and More >
IN THE SUMMER OF 2010 WE TOOK A FAMILY TRIP TO CHICAGO FOR A FAMILY REUNION. We made a point of going through Springfield, Illinois on our way to the Windy City and it was a day enjoyed by everyone in our family. In honor of President’s Day I wanted to reshare our fun from that trip. I always love traveling with my kids. Oddly enough, they seem to exhibit perfect behavior while traveling More >