My husband and I have this ongoing goal of trying to travel with the kids as much as we can. We are a family of six, so that can prove difficult sometimes. We have to choose places that are great for everyone and of course, we have to travel somewhere that fits in our budget.
It seems we’ve been visiting Disney World every other year with our kids and each time we’ve been, our group keeps getting larger! Each time we visit, I’ve gotten better at planning, making our vacation a bit smoother.
This is the first summer I’ve created a paper list of fun family adventures. This is not because I want to be organized, it’s because we all have things we want to do during this short season and why not write it down and be sure we actually follow through?
As a mom of four, I’m always looking for fun, indoor attractions for my family. It’s especially great to find a place that works for all of us, parents included! Launch Trampoline Park just re-opened in Warwick, Rhode Island and it’s a place you could spend hours of endless fun. After our time there, my kids were so wiped they slept the entire way home!
While planning our recent weekend New York City trip, I learned a few tips and tricks on how my family could save money for vacation. While most of my tips are strategic, the goal is that our vacations (big or small) do not break the bank.
Last month we traveled to New York City to meet with our West Coast family and while I was excited during the planning process, I had some worries that this big city trip would be too ambitious for my group at this point in their lives. But, our reservation was booked and it was non-refundable, so we went!
I like to celebrate Valentine’s Day by doing something fun with my husband that focuses on us as a couple and what we enjoy about each other. We certainly do not go out like we used to, but we love to enjoy ourselves at home.
There are so many things to love about the holiday season, but a big reason I love it so much is because of family traditions. Edaville Family Theme Park could be quite possibly New England’s most memorable holiday tradition. It’s a beautifully kept theme park that goes all out for the holiday season.