Great Children’s Gifts This Christmas

This post is sponsored by BabbleBoxx and the brands reviewed below.  If you still have some shopping to do for your children this Christmas, BabbleBoxx and I want to introduce you to several great products from PEZ, Helio, Vince Camuto, Viv & Lou, WowWee, Candlewick Press, and Petlanthropy! You’re sure to find a winning gift […]

New Home Essentials (Which Are Also Amazing Holiday Gifts!)

This post may contain affiliate links.  My husband and I waited for about a year for our new home and FINALLY the day came when we got to move in! In that year, I had plenty of time to think about what I wanted our home to look like. Living between homes also had me […]

Building Our Modular Home: Final Steps To Moving Day!

It’s been a little while since I last posted the progress of our modular home! We were so caught up in baseball season, packing and moving that time got away from me. After anxiously waiting for our home to arrive- it finally came! The day it was ‘put together’ was great! The HUGE cranes that […]

Youth Sports and Smart Snacks: This Mom’s Story

This is a sponsored post, however all opinions are my own. I admit it! I’m a mom that eagerly looks for a snack that is easy to throw in my purse, the baseball bag, and the diaper bag! You parents of young athletes know how it is. We’ve done football, baseball, and basketball in this […]

Charlottesville Cider, Wine and Spirits Tour

Charlottesvile, Virginia is a fun destination for foodies. Hard cidder, wineries and a whisky distillery are among the best places to visit for a taste of Charlottesville. #travel #hardcider

Charlottesville, Virginia is one of our favorite destinations in America. We love visiting this charming city that’s rich with history, charm, friendly people….. and lots of hard cider! Whenever we go to Charlottesville, a cider tour is always one of the first things we do. For our recent visit, we combined cideries with visits to […]

Colonial Williamsburg KOA RV Campground Review

We have traveled across America in our RV. And can we say, Colonial Williamsburg KOA was, by far, one of the best campgrounds that we stayed in. Absolutely the best. In fact, the Colonial Williamsburg KOA soon became the standard for which we judged all other campgrounds. And few could ever compare. Related Posts: Week One […]

48 Hours in Columbia, Missouri

48 Hours in Columbia, Missouri. What to eat, where to stay and what to do in the university town.

As we traveled across country this summer, we realized that Columbia, Missouri seems to be at the crossroads of all major highways that lead anywhere we wanted to go. It’s a great stopover, and a destination that deserves more than just an overnight stop. Plan to spend at least 48 hours in Columbia, Missouri and be prepared […]

10 Surprising Tips for Visiting Jamestown, Yorktown and Colonial Williamsburg

The Jamestown, Yorktown and Colonial Williamsburg area have been around since our country’s beginning – Jamestown was the first permanent English settlement in the America. For a travel destination so rich in history, you might think you’ve heard it all already. Well, you’d be wrong! Here are 10 Surprising Tips for Visiting Jamestown, Yorktown and […]

Minuteman Missile National Historic Site Travel Tips

Minuteman Missile National Historic Site is among the newest sites in the National Park System. While most NPS sites focus on history from a past that is hard to fathom, Minuteman Missile Site remembers past historical events that have been more recent, from 1963 to the 1990s. A visit to the historic Minuteman Missile National […]

Building Our Modular Home: Getting Ready To Arrive!

Well things have been moving quickly! When I last reported, it felt like we did a lot of sitting around waiting for something to happen. Waiting for permits and the rain to stop pouring down…. then all at once it seemed that we were ready for a house! My husband and I believed that our […]