Holiday travel can be stressful enough… add two kids in the mix and it can be enough to loose your mind! I do quite a bit of flying with my kids, 3 and 1 yrs old, and wanted to share some tips to make traveling a little easier.
Curb side checking – worth the extra couple of dollars to have free hands walking through the airport
Be prepared for the security check point – I like to get my carryon ready at home. If you are traveling with liquids…Continue
I have to admit, I have to work really hard to get in the holiday spirit. We are a family on a cash only budget through the year and having three kids with longer and longer wish lists does nothing to help me feel merry when I hear those sleigh bells.
So we know how hard it is for us to lose that baby weight, but now the holidays are upon us, and all the temptations are surrounding us everywhere! Even worse, did you know that most Americans do not lose the extra few lbs they put on during the holidays? So year after year, those extra lbs add up and factor in to the American obesity epidemic. …Continue
It's important to teach our children how to give back to others, especially during the holiday season. Often I hear parents saying that they don't know if their younger children will understand community service, or that they aren't sure the types of projects they can do with their little ones to give back. I thought I would compile a list of 5 simple things you can do with your family to give back this Holiday season.…Continue