Dining Out with Kids

Dining out with kids can be, well, an adventure. Parents share favorite family friendly restaurants in the area and what their tips and tricks were for making dining out a success with kids. 

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March Is Reading Month

Personally, I am a big reader and always have been. I tend to read fiction or self help books, usually related to my word for the year. If you read January's newsletter you know that this year my word is CONNECT. This means I am hoping to spend more quality time with people, make time for more 1-on-1 time with each of my kids, prioritize date night, disconnect from technology more often and work on improving/maintaining the relationships with the people that matter most to me. 

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Summer Bucket List

We share a few ideas for you and your family to start your SUMMER BUCKET LIST of everything you want to do. It can be a great way to involve the whole family in creating memories that will last a lifetime. It doesn’t need to be expensive or fancy, it can be as simple or involved as you’d like.

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Travel, is it a "Trip" or a "Vacation"

If you’ve ever traveled with your children, you probably have a better understanding of the difference between a “trip” and a “vacation”.   The later is what I used to do before children, “trips” are what we go on now. While I immensely enjoy the time spent with my family and the memories we make, the amount of work that goes into traveling with children leads me to classifying these excursions to other places as “trips” not vacations. Here are some tips for traveling with kids that I’ve learned along the way: 

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Things We Love

Instead of making a New Year’s resolution this year Lindsey Fry, speech/language pathologist at Pediatric Interactions, decided to pick a word to guide her year.   For 2018 she decided on “simplify” and have been on a quest to simplify all areas of her life (work, calendar, home, meals, etc.).  

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