A road trip with a young child might not sound like your idea of a relaxing vacation, and there are probably times when it won’t be. But let’s be honest, it wouldn’t be very relaxing at home, either! Young kids can be a challenge in the best of times, but that doesn’t mean you should avoid any particular activity because of them — and that includes a road trip! They can actually be really good for the kids, especially young kids who don’t get to travel very often. Along those lines, let’s take a look at why you should take your kid(s) on a road trip, instead of just how to survive one!

I’m pretty sure most of you reading this have children who have spent at least one birthday at Chuck E. Cheese. My daughter had a birthday there and had to invite her entire class. It was a lot of fun but my favorite thing about it was the pizza. Not gonna lie. I had one too many slices that day. If you haven’t been to Chuck E. Cheese in a while, I suggest you head that way and give their new menu a try, preferably their Thin & Crispy Pepperoni Pizza!

From card games and 3D puzzles to yoga games (yes, you read that right), FamilyFun’s list will have the whole family active and laughing – and most importantly, making memories together.

Chances are that you have seen these decor pieces floating around online or in your local store like Home Goods or T.J. Maxx. They are quite popular as is a lot of nautical themed decor. My whole house has a beachy aspect to it in one way or another, so it’s no surprise that this is my next project. I love the idea and it seems so simple to make.

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. That song has been stuck in my head for weeks now. This really is my favorite time of the year, as I am looking forward to spending the holidays with my family and friends.

Lately, I’ve felt cluttered. I am intrigued by the capsule wardrobes but have way too many pieces of clothing to just get rid of them. I like the idea however.