At least when your kids are young, it's not often you can keep everyone seated in one place for more than two minutes. I love being together in one place during our rides to drop off someone at school or on the way to the store. These rare moments often lead to us having visits all together.
Since becoming a single mom to three active boys, I decided the family vacation was something I was not willing to give up. I wasn't going to let being the only grown up stop us from making memories each summer. Financing, planning, and executing a family vacation can be intimidating when you're doing it on your own, but it can be done! Here are my tips for making it happen.
In spite of my planning, there were a few tricks I learned during our maiden voyage to Lake Buena Vista to make the next trip even smoother.
East Tennessee offers hiking, water sports, pride in Native American history, museums, caves to explore, unbelievable yummy (fresh!) food, and the friendliest people ever. You can also find a bit of bustle in Pigeon Forge and Gaitlinburg. However, for our latest trip to Tennessee, we added Dollywood to our list.
It's time, mamas. It's time to gather up your tribe, get to planning, and prepare to jet out of town for that much needed girl's getaway!
Congratulations! You have just booked a trip with your family! Your little brood is off on an adventure and ready to see the world! Whether you plan to take to the skies as your precious snowflake kicks the back...
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