My Two Cents on Little Passports

TweetMy 2 cents on Little Passports. . . .  IT’S WORTH IT!!! After taking a couple years break from Little Passport, simply to save some money for real life travel and extra circular activities, Jolee and I decided to sign back up for the older kids edition this time around. To be honest, I didn’t…

Little Passports

TweetI am so excited to announce that I have partnered with Little Passports to bring you a great GIVEAWAY!!!  One lucky reader will get a 3 month subscription to little passports for FREE!!! ✈️😀 For those of you who may not have heard of Little Passports, they bring the world to your doorstep in an engaging…

Decisions, Decisions . . . .

TweetSoooo we are trying to figure out where to go in October/November and we are getting nowhere fast. We are embarking on a family trip(plus my dad) and have narrowed it down to Mexico, the Bahamas, Iceland aaaand we just threw Sri Lanka and Borneo into the mix to make things more complicated.  

Culturally Fashionable, the Kids Version

TweetAttention wanderlust parents who are like me and prefer to invest money making their children look cute rather than themselves. Have hit the jackpot for you!  I have found SUPER cute kids clothing with international flare, welcome Tea Collection!  As their company states they are; Globally inspired children’s clothes for little citizens of the world

5 Places That Were Never On My Radar But Now I’m Ancy To Visit

TweetOf course I have a location buck list as long as the state I live in(California). Including, Fiji, Zanzibar, Botswana, Zambia/Zimbabwe(Victoria Falls), the Philippines, Borneo, The Maldives, Antarctica, Gabon, Peru, The Amazon(any country but preferably Brazil or Peru), Croatia, India(Kerala), Sri Lanka, Mauritius, Bahamas(coming up this year), the Congo,  Madagascar, Ireland, Palau, I can seriously…

Featherdale Wildlife Park NSW Australia

TweetWhile in Australia(NSW) I had the opportunity to visit Featherdale Wildlife Park , truly a one of a kind experience.  Unlike most parks, it is a very interactive park, you are not separated fromm all of the animals like at traditional wildlife parks.  Of course some were in enclosures but even most of those were…

NYE 2012/2013 Yosemite National Park

TweetWell, six months later and I am finally blogging about how I brought in the new year.  As some of you know I went to Mexico shortly after the new year for a “giving trip” then upon my return home I was devastated to learn that my dog(which is like my first child) was diagnosed…

Ice Skating Inside Yosemite National Park

TweetFirst let me start by saying that I am not a great ice skater. In fact, until this visit to Yosemite last month, I had only been ice skating ONCE before in my life.  Yet I still somehow found myself in the car, on my way to the national park, ready to “teach” my daughter how…

Kid Friendly Monterey, CA

TweetWho said Monterey California has to be all about “adult things”?!?!?!? NOT ME!!! I thoroughly enjoy loading up my family and driving a couple hours to the West to do ALL sorts of kid friendly “things”. 😉 Like what you ask?  Read on!