Tag: travel


Gold-Peak-Tea-outdoor-break

Disclosure: Thanks to our friends at Coca-Cola for the opportunity to enjoy Gold Peak Tea in our hometown! To say we’ve been on the road most of the summer is a bit of an understatement. In fact, with just a couple of days home between trips, Colby and I recently decided we desperately needed a staycation to simply explore......

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meeting GabeBabeTV

When was the last time you accepted a really fun challenge? Something out of the box that seemed as though it would be interesting to see if you could do it. That’s what our family thought when Scott 1000 asked us to see how far we could go on 1000 sheets of toilet paper. Scott 1000 Sheet Adventure 7......

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San Diego Bucket List for Families

We are mere weeks away from going back to school, but we are also already planning for a fall break! I know for our kids, they learn best when they are on the road and can get hands-on. For instance, think about all of the amazing attractions you can see in San Diego. San Diego Bucket List There is......

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Texas-size fajita meat sampler

I don’t believe it’s any secret that Texas is big. With 268,597 mi² to cover, you can bet there are a variety of landscapes, cultures and traditions across The Lone Star State. Honestly, one of my favorite parts about the diversity across Texas is the flavors represented. We even have our “own category” of food that we like to call Tex-Mex.......

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anteater at Discovery Cove

One of the main reasons we enjoy traveling with our kids is so that they can learn. Being hands-on and experiencing things first hands teaches much more than a textbook can. Therefore, with the invitation to learn from conservation and zoological experts about SeaWorld and Rising Tide Conservation from The MOMS, we were more than excited to attend. Both......

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