This would be our first time flying with a toddler. I didn’t know how someone who loved moving around would handle having to sit still for the whole flight.
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I never knew what country to call “home,” and I finally decided when I was in high school that home would be wherever my parents are.
For the last few years, we’ve planned a yearly family vacation up north. In the spring, we decide where to go and circle the dates on the calendar.
Recently, I took a trip with a group of good friends to celebrate an upcoming marriage. The trip was short—a mere 48 hours, but it was so wonderful.
Our family goes on spontaneous road trips to keep a thirst for adventure alive. Here are my best tips and a printable to help you enjoy a spontaneous trip.
At just over an hour from Rochester, Stockholm and Maiden Rock are totally worth a day trip. Wineries and scenery make this a great location for a date.
Northfield, you sly little fox, you. Where did you come from, where have you been hiding, and why are you so stinkin’ cute?!
The Junior Ranger program taught me that there’s a slippery slope between exposing kids to the joys of nature and turning it into the drudgery of homework.
Nestled into the bluffs of the Mississippi River lies a town you need to visit, Red Wing. Known for its beautiful river settings, it’s worth a trip.
Since their birth, our children have endured and “helped with” whatever is on the schedule for my husband and myself on any given day, including, but not limited to tax appointments, city council meetings, construction demolition, political rallies, and an assortment of board meetings. Their understanding of these processes is not complete, but certainly […]