I’ve seen succulents planted in just about everything these days; they’ll grow in anything with very minimal care. So let’s make our own and why not make them skulls for Halloween!?!
The reality is that I hope someday (maybe even someday soonish…) my teens will leave me and be able to feed themselves more than just ramen. So when the opportunity to try out Blue Apron came up, I said yes because I knew it meant a meal my teens could prepare with zero assistance from me, and it would be balanced, nutritious, and would not result in a crime scene of wasted food in my kitchen. (Also, we have a special offer for Alpha Mom readers if you want to sign up, too!)
Last summer, after our stay as a family at the wonderful Snow Mountain Ranch for a few nights, both of my boys spent a week at Chief Camp Ouray and had a blast. It’s the best way to experience the Rocky Mountains together.
A Fort Lauderdale mom highlights eleven great family-friendly restaurants to visit while on a beach vacation, or even if you’re local like her. These restaurants are near popular destinations, or are worth the extra trip to get a great family meal.
Traveling with teenagers isn’t always easy, which is why I was excited to visit Hyatt Lost Pines Resort in Bastrop, Texas. The resort offers non-stop activities for all ages, and during our two day stay, we were able to do some of them on our own, and some together. The perfect balance.