Traveling to Italy and want to pack carry-on only? This post is for you! Here’s what I packed and wore on our recent trip to Positano and Rome.
Any new parent can get a little anxious when a flight is on the horizon. Vacations are great, but actually getting to your destination with babies and toddlers in tow? As a great man once wrote, Therein lies the rub.
As you probably saw if you follow me on Instagram, our family just came back from our annual Pittsburgh Pilgrimage.
My version of burning hell would be someone forcing me to endure a stint of the Atkins diet. I’ve learned in my adult years that I can cut down on carbs, but I can’t cut them out. Just not gonna happen, even though, yes, I know it would help me with this whole baby weight thing.
So the family and I are preparing for a trip back up north to Pittsburgh, my hometown, and I can’t wait.
You need a daycation. Since Webster’s hasn’t yet technically agreed that this is a word, allow me to define it for you: Heaven.
This weekend we did what any sane parents who need a little relaxation but who also know that packing up three kids and two adults for longer than a couple days is straight bonkers would do–a staycation.
You know that feeling you get when you’ve done your seventeenth load of laundry in one day, the kids are smearing pudding all over your glass kitchen table and you haven’t showered in three days? One might call it… borderline insanity?
When I recently toured The Alfond Inn in Winter Park, Florida, I was delighted to learn that you can bring your furry little best friend with you to stay at the hotel, and boy, do they have some awesome amenities for him.
On this part of my tour of The Alfond Inn in Winter Park, Florida, I got a delicious taste of the menu at their signature restaurant, Hamilton’s Kitchen.