This post is sponsored by Disney World. Thoughts and opinions are my own.
The family and I recently took an amazing vacation to Disney World in Orlando, FL. The girls had no clue. I knew I had to surprise them because I would not hear the end of it until we arrived to Disney World. You can see how it all went down in the video below. I already shared our experience at Bibbidi Bobbidi BoutiqueHERE. I wanted to share a few more details about Disney World with a pre-school age child, some of the perks we had and what you should invest in. Don’t forget to watch the video of some snippets from our trip.
I can’t stop talking about my recent trip to Beaches Turks and Caicos resort. This is my second time to the beautiful island that was rated #1 on Trip Advisor. I went 10 years ago for our late honeymoon. What I remembered most was how beautiful the island was and the royal treatment we received. I felt like we were like Beyonce and Jay Z. When I returned from Beaches Turks and Caicos, I received a lot of questions regarding the resort. I added the questions feature on an IG story to record your questions regarding Beaches Turks and Caicos and travel in general. I know vacations can be expensive and taking the time off make it even tougher, so I wanted to give you guys some feedback. My trip to Beaches Resort was NOT free (I wish it was). I paid a fee to attend the Beaches Moms conference and my flight so I am giving you my point of view as a paying customer. Watch the video below.
If you follow me on Instagram (you better be) then you know I spent 4 days in beautiful Turks and Caicos at the Beaches resort attending the Beaches Moms Social Media on the Sand conference! No kids or husband. My girl Danielle came with me and we had a good ole time! Before I get into my full resort review of Beaches Turks and Caicos, I want y’all to get into the outfits that I wore because your girl didn’t lose the weight that she planned but I still felt good in my skin! Continue Reading
It may not feel like it but Spring is officially here! I’m currently getting ready for our spring break family trip. It normally takes me a few days to get the girls packed up, trying to make sure they have everything they need. One time, I went on a short road trip and forgot Peyton’s outfits #momfail. This is the reason I opted for clear back packs for the girls, so I wouldn’t forget anyone’s outfits and also as we all know how much items kids like to take away with them on holiday, with these types of bags being durable, I’ve got nothing to worry about in terms of bag straps ripping or me having to carry anyone’s bag, alongside my own. We survived but it cost us money. It’s so easy to forget something. When you’re packing for kids, they need so many things, especially babies. I decided to take my packing list for the girls and make it all pretty and nice so you don’t have to stress before your next family trip. FREE printable packing lists below.
This post is sponsored by Go RVing. Thoughts and opinions are my own.
Earlier this summer my family went on our first RV trip. I say first because I know it won’t be our last. Born and raised in Chicago, RVing is the last thing I pictured myself doing. I remember when I was younger, my family were considering planning a camping trip, but when they found that van Insurance can be complicated, they gave up. Looking back at it now, it really wasn’t that hard to make sure they had insurance for a van. It was probably one of the easiest things ever to put together, but I’m so glad I finally got round to going on my very first trip with my family. I’m so happy that all of us got to experience RVing and camping for the first time together. RVing was an experience we’ll never forget. We were so glad that we came across this review site: www.rvreviews.net because before we had a look at all these reviews, we were very unsure if the RV was the right move for us. It has actually been the best purchase we have ever made as a family. Keep reading to find out why we love our RV so much…