Walt Disney Resort For Beginners: A Complete Guide To Plan A Disney Vacation

Recently, a friend of mine told me she was “terrified” to plan a trip to Disney! “Say what?” I asked. “Disney? It’s the Happiest Place On Earth! What could be scary about that?”  She said she had no idea HOW to plan a Disney vacation because it is so overwhelming! “Never fear,” I said. As a former Cast Member and…

Paris with Kids? Mais Oui!

Guest Post on TravelingMom Paris with Kids? Mais Oui!  The city of Paris has plenty to offer les enfants. Check out this guest post on TravelingMom for my top 10 ideas for kid-friendly Paris experiences your littles will fall in love with…

3 Ways To Splurge On The Big Island Of Hawaii With Kids

Guest Post on TravelingMom Dreaming of Hawaii with kids? If you are going to travel all that way, my advice is to go Big (Island)! Check out my guest post on TravelingMom for my 3 Ways To Splurge On The Big Island of Hawaii with must-do experiences to make lasting family memories…

Boston’s Freedom Trail With Kids: Why Do It and Which Tour To Choose

This past summer, my oldest son had some time with nothing to do, and so I created “Mom Camp.” One of my favorite activities we did during Mom Camp was going into Boston to discover The Freedom Trail. Since my son was at the right age (10 years old) to start learning about the American Revolution, and I was quite sure he would enjoy hearing from a person…

Little Passports Review: World Edition Subscription Box

We all want to give the world to our kids. Well, how about bringing the world to your kids with the Little Passports World Edition Subscription Box?  If you are trying to decide if this program is right your adventurer, my Little Passports review can help you. This post contains affiliate links, which means I receive a small commission, at no extra cost to you, if you make a purchase…

New Hampshire’s Canobie Lake Park: A Must-Do For Families

When I was growing up in Western Pennsylvania, I lived for our two local amusement parks: Kennywood Park and Idlewild Park (the third oldest amusement park in the United States.)  My parents usually took me to each park once a summer, and it was the best day of the year as far as I was concerned. Their wooden roller coasters and preserved historical decor, coupled with modern-day (in this…