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Beat the Heat in San Bernardino Mountains

Beat the Heat in the San Bernardino National Forest

With El Nino still in full force beating us down with 100-degree heat here in the Inland Empire (the collective term for the Southern California suburbs between LA and Palm Springs), locals are running (literally) to the mountains. And such great mountains we have surrounding us! The San Bernardino National Forest contains gems that Hollywood […]

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Northern Virginia Wine Country

Family-Friendly Northern Virginia’s Wine Country

Photo By Woman_In_Travel Just a short drive beyond the traffic of the beltway and the crowds of tourists in Washington D.C., families can find great local food and drink in Northern Virginia’s Wine Country. While the area continues to grow and develop to meet the demands of the Capital Region, there are still plenty of […]

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Field trip tips to Northern VA

Field Trip Tips to Northern Virginia

Photo Courtesy of BigStock One of my favorite parts of being a homeschooling family is seeking out the opportunities to experience hands on activities. I love to see them light up when we connect the dots between learning and knowing. Field trips are a wonderful way to connect those dots for kids and to touch […]

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DockATot FI

Gear Review: DockATot Deluxe Multi-Functional Baby Dock

The DockATot Deluxe dock is a multifunctional and multi use docking station for baby ages 0-8 months old. It offers a safe and comfortable place for baby to play, lay, or sleep. It can also be used for lounging, tummy time, and diaper changes. The DockATot is a lightweight and portable option for travel. You […]

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Norway's Fjord Country with kids

Exploring Norway’s Fjord Country with Kids

  Photo By: BigStock/Grisha Bruev Carved by glaciers, Norway’s fjords are the ultimate reminder that God has created infinite shades of green and blue. Waterfall after waterfall cascade from sheer, snow-covered mountain tops. Some falls almost seem to dance down the mountain in a delicate cascade while others thunder deliberately down from the cliffs. Charming fjord-side […]

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Food Revolution- Connecting Kids to Where Their Food Grows

Food Revolution: Connecting Kids to Where Their Food Grows

Helping Kids Understand Where Their Food Grows. Photo by: Bigstock/mythja My family’s journey to real food started by necessity. I didn’t grow up a label reader or a whole food eater (my busy upbringing was a bit more full of Chicken McNuggets and sugar-laden soda), but because of my family’s health issues and severe food […]

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