Got a case of wanderlust that won’t quit? Your next family holiday is a click away. Our moms have bounced around the globe testing out family vacation spots from campgrounds to African safaris and they’re dishing the dirt on what works, what doesn’t and what you need to know before you go. Get all the Northeast family travel information essentials you need (from a traveling mom's perspective, natch!) to dive into your next family vacation adventure.
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I recall many times I would take my babies to the Roger Williams Zoo and would drive past the Museum of Natural History & Planetarium and think, when they are older, I am going to bring them here. Well, the babies are now 5 & 6 so it is time to go. I am sure they would love the experience.
Dress the family all in green, because everyone is Irish during the St. Patrick’s Day festivities in Baltimore, MD. This year’s activities kick off on Sunday, March 13, with the Shamrock 5K run. My kids love doing 5k’s, so we try to do one a month as a family. This one, which will kick off at 1:15 from Charles and Franklin Streets, is sure to have Irish eyes smiling – and feet flying!
President’s week is almost over! Hang in there. School will start soon. Really, it will. And no longer will you have you have to figure out how to entertain the kids. But there is still the weekend to get through, and here are two ideas to get you through it. On Saturday, celebrate George Washignton’s birthday at Manhattan's oldest house, which served as his headquarters during the Revolutionary War.
Between the endless snow storms causing school to be closed, I have found myself having to keep the kids from boredom more often than I thought I would need to this Winter. Since they have spent enough extra time playing together, reading, crafting etc. I took a look around to find some great school vacation activities.
You don’t have to be a skier to have a fantastic time in Stowe, Vermont, even though it is one of the top places in the world to ski. This year, because of a ski injury, I stayed off the slopes and hung out with my son as my husband hit the trails and our daughter went to ski school. And we all had an amazing winter break.