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Tag: travel with kids

How I Recharge my Batteries with a Quick Trip

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Sometimes all it takes is a night or two away from home to recharge my batteries.  My favorite way to accomplish this is with a...

Family Nature Adventures in Wisconsin Parks

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Ahhh, spring is approaching! For our family, this means not just warmer temperatures but the frequency of our family nature adventures in Wisconsin parks...

Summer Camps Guide – Green Bay & Appleton Areas

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Welcome to the 2021 Green Bay Area Mom Summer Camps Guide for the Green Bay and Appleton Areas! With summertime just around the corner, we...

The 5 things my family went “wild” for at The Wilderness...

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My family recently had the opportunity to visit The Wilderness Resort and we were thrilled. February can feel like the longest month of the...

Tips For Traveling The Country During COVID

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Some people say we are crazy. Many people say they are jealous. I suppose that’s what happens when your family decides to take a...

How To Road Trip with your Toddler and Not Lose Your...

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When my son was 18 months old, I realized I was going to be going on a 15-hour road trip with him, solo. At...

School’s out! Welcome to weird summer 2020

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Not going to lie. I’m not looking forward to summer vacation this year. I kind of like the structure of the school year and,...

Travel With Kids – It’s All About Perspective

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My husband and I were together over a decade before our little guy was born.  In that time, we were fortunate to enjoy traveling...

Give Your Kids the World: Travel

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Our neighbors feign surprise when they see our vehicles in the garage. My best friend once asked me, “Why do you guys even have...

Why do we keep doing this? Camping is crazy

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I have this idyllic notion in my head of camping with my family. We are all sitting around a crackling campfire, cozy in our matching flannels. I cook a Pinterest-worthy meal over the open flame while the girls dance around the campsite catching fireflies. Then after we wash the sticky s’mores residue from our fingers, we crawl into our tents and snuggle down in our sleeping bags to doze peacefully through the night.