My daughter likes to watch movies that feature strong, brave and smart children, so finding great movies that highlight these positive traits and encourage her to be active is high on my list of priorities. Not surprisingly, Danger has taken an interest in spy movies. She can identify with the need to think quickly and move quietly because she's always observing people (much to my dismay for the times that she's spying on me).
Her current Netflix Kids favorites are: Read More
We have enjoyed a small string of perfect Spring days. In Atlanta, these mild days are as elusive as the Kinder surprise eggs at the local farmer's market. (Note to Kinder eggs: I will find you. And I will eat you. Preferably while making a profitable YouTube video of the whole ordeal.)
Last week, my parents and nephew drove down from North Georgia to visit Stone Mountain Park with us for Spring FUN Break. I can agree that we all had a lot of FUN - all caps because, why not?! We saw a live bird show that had Read More
My family and I recently had the opportunity to visit LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta to see the new Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace MINILAND attraction. This new addition is located in the same area as last year's Ninjago Laser Maze, and though it is small, it is packed with Force-filled fun.
I'm only going to share a couple of pictures because I don't want to spoil the fun for any of my fellow Star Wars fans. Take a peek and let me know what you think about this new addition! Read More
Knocked up (or know someone who is?)
Do you live in the Atlanta area?
If you answered 'yes' to both questions, then you're in luck! Read More
My love for the Disney Parks began when I was a child, so it's no surprise that some of my favorite vacation memories include traveling to Walt Disney World with my parents. We have had a lot of fun exploring the theme parks, especially Magic Kingdom Park and Epcot.
My parents enjoy posing for photos around World Showcase: Read More
"There are some great Christian schools in the area!"
"Oh, so what are your thoughts on the Common Core?"
"How do you find time to do real work?"
"Why aren't you in school?" (said directly to my daughter)
I get it. Sending a child to "school" with all of the other children in a community is as normal as putting butter on EVERYthing here in the South. It's what is expected. To stray from the public school model in any direction - private school, Christian school, charter schools - is just weird. Read More