Fall Brings Time for Play


This post is part of a paid campaign. The normal fall activities that you are probably accustomed to doing with your kids are not ones I’ve ever done. The pumpkin or apple picking, hayrides, and leaf raking are things I did not grow up doing nor have I done them since becoming an adult. A […]

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Go Play: Encourage Unstructured Play through Shout’s Go Play Sweepstakes


This post is part of a paid campaign. I am thankful for my husband for many reasons. As I’ve mentioned before, he is a great father and a supportive husband. But, one of the things I truly love about him is how creative he is – not only professionally, but also at home. He is […]

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Activities for Your Kids: Take a Helping Hand


Guest post: Alexis Montgomery is a content writer for Online Degrees, where you can browse through various online degree programs to find a college that suits your needs. Whether you’re a happy homemaker or you work at an outside job, chances are good that integrating fun and educational activities into your child’s day has become […]

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Free and Low-Cost Activities for Preschoolers in Orlando

Orlando/Central Florida Events & Attractions

I recently participated in the Trekaroo KidsMobile blog carnival, where a few Orlando bloggers created lists of their favorite kid-friendly activities in the Orlando and Central Florida area. Many of the lists created have suggestions for traveling to Disney. I offered up a list of Free and Low-Cost Activities in Orlando for Preschoolers. Since Orlando […]

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Are Your Kids Enrolled in Extra-Curricular Activities?


Growing up, I never participated in extra-curricular activities such as dance class, little league sports, or anything of the sort. While my friends were off learning ballet, tap, and jazz, I was at home. Doing homework. Or maybe chores. It’s not something I ever got to experience as a child. I try hard not to […]

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