Family And Kids

12 Things To Do in a Tahoe City Winter

Tahoe City is a epic heaven for young children. Over a dozen ski resorts surround the Lake Tahoe area on both the Nevada and California sides of the lake. Fortunate for me, My kids and I get to spend the entire 2017 winter season in Lake Tahoe – some calling it the best winter season in the last decade! So here is my list of things to do with kids in the North Lake Tahoe and surrounding area.

2015 San Francisco Cinco De Mayo Festival in the Mission

The Cinco De Mayo Festival in San Francisco’s Mission District always draws a large crowd with its tasty food vendors and fun entertainment. This festival will take place Saturday May 2nd, 2015 from 10am-6pm between 21st and 24th Streets on Valencia Street in San Francisco. Arriving by BART and MUNI public transportation is highly recommended. photo of the official website for the 2015 San Francisco Cinco De Mayo Festival in the Mission

Places To Go On Rainy Days in San Francisco for Toddlers and Kids

Do you have a toddler and are looking for some rainy day fun in San Francisco? Are you a tourist in San Francisco with toddlers or kids? A Bay Area local looking for fun activities for your toddler and kids in San Francisco? Don’t let the rain get to you because you can still have fun with kids on rainy days in SF. As a local San Francisco mommy of a toddler I know firsthand how much getting out of the house and doing fun stuff means.

Railroad Earths Hangtown Halloween Ball 2014

Recently we went to the Hangtown Halloween Ball in “Old Hangtown” Placerville, CA. We had never been to this event or Placerville other than driving through on the way to South Lake Tahoe. I have to say that we were really impressed with the concert and the town. Placerville actually has a lot of great little shops and most everything you need, even a late night In and Out. It was raining like crazy that weekend so we stocked up on rain gear in town and went to the event.

Children's Museum of Phoenix Full of Fun and Creativity

Parking can be a little difficult to come by at the Children’s Museum of Phoenix’s small parking lot that fills up quick (probably because others also feel that this place is amazing) but once I walked through the doors I knew that it was worth the trip. Bringing along kids ranging from 1 to 12 years old gave me a full range of feedback from kids of varying age groups. All the children had a blast the Children’s Museum of Phoenix especially at the massive indoor tree house.

Cool Down at Wet 'n' Wild Phoenix

Wet ‘n’ Wild Phoenix is a large water park right outside of Phoenix and a short drive from Scottsdale. The water park has just opened for the summer season keeping locals and travelers alike cool under the sweltering heat of the Arizona sun. After coming from weather in the 60s in San Francisco to temperatures over 100 degrees in Phoenix, it was time to cool down. Being 6 months pregnant, traveling with a toddler and other kids, I was a bit nervous at first doing to a large water park but I was easily impressed with the layout and staff at Wet ‘n’ Wild Phoenix.