For families time spent together baking cookies strengthens a family bond. Some of my best childhood memories come from cooking in the kitchen with my and grandparents, too. As a family, spend an hour (or two) in the kitchen with your kiddos and bake everyone’s favorite cookies.
We live in a gorgeous world. There’s so many things to see and experience. Go for a walk as a family and have an adventure. Create a scavenger hunt or take pictures of the many different things you see. Walking is an incredible and simple physical activity for kids. This teaches children a lifetime exercise Read More
We challenge your family to accept the 4 Week Push-Up Challenge. For the first day, do as many push-ups as you can, together as a family. Let’s say as a family you can do 12. Use that as your base number. Do that every day for a week and then increase it by 5 every Read More
Oftentimes families feel the only way to bond is by actively doing something that exhausts you. I encourage you to be bored, together. Show that not only can active events provide bonding opportunities but “boring” events can too. Boring is affordable and also teaches children that they don’t have to be entertained at all times. Read More
For the past couple of years my husband, children and I have been learning Okinawan Kempo Karate. There have been many benefits to learning karate and we’ve really enjoyed it. Some of the benefits include: Fitness Self Defense Self Discipline Respect of Self and Others Self Confidence With the five of us participating together our Read More
How To Set Up Your Campsite Camping with the family is supposed to be relaxing, but it can feel stressful if you don’t know how to pack, set up, and organize your campsite efficiently. After all, no one wants to spend all their time unpacking gear, looking for things, and hauling stuff around their campsite! Read More