The Best of Boston

The Best of Boston

I couldn’t decide which was a more appropriate title- The Best of Boston or Boston’s The Best. As a writer, I love a good alliteration (self-proclaimed dork, right here!) And when I think of Boston, the word “best” is truly the first thing that...
My Two Favorite Vacation Spots

My Two Favorite Vacation Spots

A few weeks ago my 10-year old daughter, Mary Grace, came to me in a panic. “Mom, I have the worst problem. Ever.” Although the situation sounded grim, I’ve learned to control my response until after I’ve heard what’s actually going on....
Friday Favorite: Kid Books For Travel

Friday Favorite: Kid Books For Travel

*This post contains affiliate links.* Most days I consider myself the exact opposite of a hoarder. In fact, I tend to purge a little too efficiently. For example, I have a running joke/fight with my husband about onion choppers. Does anyone ACTUALLY use them? You know...
The Museum of Science: Boston, Massachusetts

The Museum of Science: Boston, Massachusetts

  One of the downfalls that comes from traveling a lot is getting high standards. When you have a huge number of places to compare to, you can’t help but measure everything against the best. Our family visits science centers all over the country. It likely goes...
The Freedom Trail With Kids- Boston, Massachusetts

The Freedom Trail With Kids- Boston, Massachusetts

  Our family has taken on several ambitious adventures throughout our years of traveling. I share the ones that turn out disastrous because they are usually good for a laugh. But I also like to share the ones that go better than one would expect. I hope to inspire...
5 Things To Know About Visiting Fenway With Kids

5 Things To Know About Visiting Fenway With Kids

Recently our family spent a few days in Boston. Before I even sat down to research things to do there, I wrote “Fenway” at the top of my list. Perhaps one of the most iconic venues for baseball, I knew we needed to catch a game. I can say in hindsight, our...
A Trip To Celebrate America’s Independence

A Trip To Celebrate America’s Independence

I’m a firm believer that ALL travel is good for kids. It takes them out of their comfort zone and introduces differences. It allows families quality time together away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. And finally, it can be a  phenomenal educational...

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