The Fourth of July, the day we celebrate everything it means to be an American (liberty, freedom and the right to drive around in a gas-guzzling SUV while complaining about the cost of fuel) is coming up in a week or so. Most of us will celebrate by grilling food in the great outdoors, watching […]
Continuing our series of Things Children Must Do in their cities, we tackle Chicago today. Note to self: must go to there soon!
Whether you live in Boston or have plans to visit in the future (like who doesn’t want to go there?), keep this insider’s guide to activities in and around Boston handy.
If you’re not lucky to live in our around St. Louis, Missouri you may want to plan a visit soon, after taking a virtual tour with our local host, Angela of Fluid Pudding.
As I mentioned before, my goal for the summer is a lot of old fashioned fun. I’m tired of buying into the idea that kids need to be involved in classes and camps and museum trips and carnivals all summer. Yesterday was the first day of Project Summer Won’t Suck For The Summers and it […]