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.
It’s been almost a week since we went to Savannah and Tybee Island for spring break. I’ve lived in Atlanta for almost 15 years and this was my first time visiting Savannah. I’ve heard so many great things about the city the last couple years I decided that is where we were going for spring break. Depending on where you live in Atlanta the drive to Savannah is 3-4 hours. That’s not a bad road trip when your traveling with kids. You save a ton of money because you don’t have to buy flights for everyone. I wanted to share a few pics from our trip and where we ate (everything was so good). Continue Reading
I just returned home from a family trip that I never imagined I would be taking. If you follow me on Instagram or SnapChat you saw that we went camping. I’m so blessed that my family got to have this experience. Before I get into details of our RV trip, I wanted to share with you how I prepared. I’m from Chicago originally, a big city and I don’t know the first thing about camping. With the help of Pinterest and some major planning, I pulled off this amazing summer trip with Go RVing.
This time last week we were laying on the beach playing in the sand. Back to reality. Peyton headed back to school today eager to share her Jekyll Island spring break details with her friends. I don’t blame her. It felt good to get away from the hustle and bustle for a few days with the family. I thought I would share more details from our trip and stay at the Jekyll Island Club in case you are looking for a quick family getaway. Continue Reading