*This is a sponsored post on behalf of Take Me Fishing. All opinions are my own.* We are not what you would call and outdoorsy family. Sometimes we go outdoors, and sometimes we enjoy it, and by we I mostly mean my children. Personally, 99% of my life can be easily enjoyed inside. I don’t like bugs, being hot, being cold, being wet, being dirty,
One of the best things about Disney World vacations is making sure you eat all of the delicious things while on your Disney World vacations. For those that don’t know, Disney food is a thing. And, what to eat at Disney is an important element of your overall vacation causing many families to book dining reservations for their top Disney dining destinations months in advance.
Finding the best Disney World vacation hacks can be invaluable when it comes to planning your first trip to Disney World can be an overwhelming experience. Packing all of the things you’ve dreamed of doing into a week or two of vacation can seem like a lot, but for families who have saved for years to enjoy the magic of Disney, it’s important that it
We have traveled to Disney World in Orland, Florida over ten times since Dude 1 was born and we have stayed on property almost every time because the best Disney World Resort hotels are the ones run by Disney themselves. Despite this multitude of experiences with their resorts, if you asked me which of their properties are the best Disney World Resort hotels or which
My Dudes learned to snowboard when we went for a visit to Massanutten Resort in McGaheysville, Virginia. It was many, many winters ago and it was the first time we’d visited the property. It was also the first time my children had ever had the opportunity to get on top of snowboards. We signed the older two up for a snowboarding course (my youngest was
Family road trips are like the quintessential summer vacation if you have kids. They tend to be more affordable, they are often easier to manage (though I find this point debatable), and you can really get a glimpse of our country, opening your children up to things they’ve never experienced before. Personally, not my jam. I get hideously car sick which means, most of the
**This post is sponsored by Camp Luray.** I’ve never been a fan of camping. My parents took my camping more times than I care to remember as a child and, for a host of reasons, I quickly came to the conclusion that it’s not my jam. I hate sleeping in tents, I despise insects, snakes, and other creepy crawlies. I don’t like being hot, I
**We booked our Disney cruise with a special Disney partners discount.** When we booked our 3-day Bahamian Disney Cruise on the Disney Dream as part of the Social Media Moms Celebration this winter, I didn’t anticipate how much fun my older kids would actually have on the ship. I figured that taking them away from their friends, their technology, and the privacy of their rooms
**Go Ape provided us complimentary passes to go zip lining in Maryland and enjoy their treetops adventure course.** I am not an outdoorsy person. I’ve written several times about how I loathe bugs, and snakes, and excessive heat, and being cold, and too much sunshine, and high pollen counts. I don’t like sweating, I don’t like shivering, I don’t like snow or rain or humidity.