Children sometimes get bored with their environment and require a change of environment from time to time. A parent or guardian can sense the change in behavior from their moods and actions. In scenarios like this, one of the best ways to get the kids on board and make them happy is a short getaway…
Road-tripping with kids can take some planning to make your next road trip enjoyable for everyone, so check out these 5 Family Road Trip Tips.
We are I the home stretch of holiday shopping, and I am a big believer in giving the gift of memories and experiences whenever possible. For birthdays, often instead of parties my family opts for a unique mini-vacation, and for Christmas, I like to wrap up vouchers and tickets to local events and attractions that we can experience over school break.
Traveling during the holidays is a lot different than any other time of year. From planning out dinners and trying to get gifts to the destination, a lot more goes into a holiday vacation. Here are my top tips for planning a holiday vacation!
Bring snacks that everyone loves that won’t cause a sugar crash. My kids love Stonyfield® Organic YoKids® yogurt and I love that Stonyfield recently announced it is reducing sugar across its yogurt brand, and they started with YoKids! How awesome is that!