Gift Ideas for the (Video) Gaming Family

by Melanie Edwards on April 24, 2017 · 0 comments

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As a family that enjoys gaming together, we’re often looking into new video games that we can either play together or that are age-appropriate for the kids. Of course, my husband also enjoys gaming and considers it his personal down-time, so he often looks at the latest games released. It’s not always easy to find fun video games for the family, since many of them are not co-op games, but it’s not impossible. Sometimes, we also take another angle at one-player games, by engaging with the storyline and player as they play. If you’re looking for new video games for the family to explore or give as a gift, check out these recent ones we’ve either been playing or have had our eyes on!

Video Games for the Family

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This year, SeaWorld Orlando has taken a different twist on their annual Latin festival we’ve come to know as “Viva La Música” and has incorporated tastes from around the globe into what is now the Seven Seas Food Festival. Although the festival began on February 11, beginning April 22, these last four weekends will highlight dishes inspired by the flavors of the “Cocina Criolla” in addition to the same great music and live concerts we came to expect from Viva La Música. Let’s take a look at some of the great Latin inspired foods you’ll find at SeaWorld Orlando Seven Seas Food Festival!

SeaWorld Orlando Seven Seas Food Festival, Cocina Criolla

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Born In China Highlights Animal Maternal Instincts

Family Fun

In theaters on Friday, April 21 is the latest film from Disneynature, Born In China. Read on to learn not only about this movie, but also how you can support the World Wildlife Fund.

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50 Years of Marriage…Forgotten

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This week, my parents will be celebrating 50 years of marriage. It’s an incredible accomplishment and one not many couples achieve. While it may seem like this would be a joyous occasion full of celebration, it’s actually another reminder of the sadness that is dementia. Well, I suppose it’s bittersweet, really. My mami, siblings, extended […]

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April Fools’ Day with Kids: Kid-Friendly Joke Books to Get them Laughing!

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A friend once told me there’s a lot of laughter in our house. As a guest in our home, it was nice to hear that she observed this, as humor is definitely something we enjoy in our family. My husband and I both love to joke around (even if it’s often cynical in form) and from […]

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