Wouldn’t you love to visit a kid friendly location where your babies, toddlers and even teenagers can all enjoy some good ol’ family time?! 2016 was full of adventures for us, living in Southern California definitely has its perks! Check out these cool places…
My favorite part about my role as a #BoyMom or #MomOfBoys are the cool gifts they score for birthdays, Christmas, and the other special occasions. With the holidays coming by, I wanted to share some gift ideas for boys under 5 years old.
There are times when I get home and instantly dread making dinner, cleaning up toys, entertaining my boys (and the dogs), simply –
ADULTING! That’s when we pick up a quick subway and head straight to our local Bridgeport pond and feed the ducks.
We recently we to Sea World and enjoyed a day full of new adventures with the boys. Now that Sonny is almost 5 years old, he’s been venturing more into digital world. We have always been open about him using our iMac/computer, iPad/tablet, and of course our cell phones. However, now that we’re traveling more often, I was looking into purchasing a DSLR camera for our family. Since he’s seen me check out many reviews about different cameras, he instantly jumped on the wagon as well and wanted a camera for himself.
Now that we’ve been enjoying more adventures outside of our hometown, one of my favorite places has always been San Diego. The area always has beautiful weather, excellent restaurants, especially in Down Town San Diego! My absolute favorite place to see some beautiful sea creatures up close and personal – in Southern California is hands down Sea World. I know there are many mixed emotions about the topic, just think this way; my ticket admission fee is helping feed those awesome whales, sharks and sea lions. Here are some clips and tips from my personal experience..
One of my best childhood memories has always been our camping and off roading at Pismo Beach, California – Oceano Dunes. While growing up, I could feel the salty beach wind sprinkle sand across my face, my hair would be wild and messy. The shore was filled with camp fires and loud engines roaring. We’d run out to the ocean and jump straight into the freezing water, not having a care in the world. Those were some of the best childhood memories I’ve ever had. We were away from home, with limited or minimal items and entertained ourselves with great conversations, the beach, or with my dads off roading adventures.