Whether you are on a family vacation, celebrating an event, or just looking to have fun with the family, dining out with the kids can be a fun option. If you are worried about hitting your favourite restaurant with kids in tow, I have some tips.
Love You More Than Anything
By Anna Harber Freeman, illustrated by Jed Henry
March break wasn’t that long ago and summer vacation is almost here. At the beginning of the school year my mom is more creative with snacks and lunches but now it's getting kind of boring. I want to show you snacks that are tasty but still healthy (so your mom won’t mind buying them) and they are perfect for an after school or at school snack.
When I lived in Ottawa, my high school years, I loved the local boy band Eight Seconds. Every time one of their songs came on MuchMusic I would turn up the volume and sing to the capacity of my lungs and vocal cords. I especially loved their song Kiss You When It’s Dangerous.
When we were invited to attend Disney’s fifth Social Media Moms Conference in Disneyland this past week (it returns to Disney World in 2015) I wanted to make the most of our time on the west coast. The last day of the conference was Sunday so when I found a ‘red eye’ flight that night (leaving late Sunday and arriving home early Monday morning) I thought that would be the perfect way to get more park time.
Ah Friday, the end of a busy school and workweek and a time to enjoy an evening together. It’s no wonder some families enjoy a Pizza Friday ritual. This Friday, which happens to also be Valentine’s Day, celebrate with your heart and help kids.
I recently bought myself a new swimsuit at local store, Doll Factory by Damzels. When the shop had their annual end of year sale I was fortunate enough to pick-up one of the swimsuits I’ve been eyeing all year, a suit that reminds me of the sea.
It may not be a holiday that gets the kids out of school but April Fools Day is a favourite with my gang. Who could blame them? Looking for tricks to pull on my family I came across these 51 pranks you may want to try in your home.
My smart phone keeps me connected but it also enables me to capture a moment in time and share it. Instagram is my new photo album, enabling me to share travel experiences and everyday family silliness. Now I’ve found a way to bring those moments out into the real world (and surprise my husband).