Each summer our kids loved, loved, loved attending camp with their friends. Come to think of it, so did I when I was their age. Sports camps, church camps or just plain ole camping were very much on the schedule during the 10 weeks or so of summer vacation. When they were old enough to . . . → Read More: Writing A Letter To Your Camper
Planning trips with kids is easier than you might think – it just takes a little research and some pre-planning, but the payoff will be life-long memories that will be enjoyed together for years to come. Jim & I have planned vacations traveling via planes, trains and automobiles, with all four kids in tow. Here . . . → Read More: Traveling with Kids This Summer
School is out, summer has arrived, kids are bored and now what? Your plans don’t have to be complex, in fact simple plans usually turn out to be the best kind. Here are some suggestions of what YOU can do with your children this summer. Get ready, get set, now GO!
10 Things To Do . . . → Read More: 10 Things to Do With Your Kids This Summer
Beginning when our kids were quite young, our annual summer vacation would be at the Sunriver Resort, outside of Bend, Oregon, in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. For many years we would load our four kids’ bikes on top of our mini-van and travel the 900+ miles to our rental house for the week. . . . → Read More: How to Build on Family Unity
“Mom, I’m bored.” “You kids keep your hands to yourself.” “Stop fighting!”
On a long road trip in the car with your family, you inevitably hear these types of complaints. You wish you had something to distract the kids to make time go faster until you reach your destination. What to do? Below are games . . . → Read More: 10 Road Trip Games to Play in the Car