Gymboree Dresses Kids for an Adventure

With the weather beginning to get warm, it is time for me to update my kids’ wardrobe. The wonderful thing about having  a boy and a girl is that I get to explore a complete clothing line. Gymboree recently ask me if I would be interested in showcasing their new spring outfits. I gladly accepted […]

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Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch Transports You to Africa

The San Antonio Convention and Visitor’s Bureau invited my family to spend an afternoon visiting the “Africa in the middle of Texas Hill Country,” which is called Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch. Opened on June 1, 1984 Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch is the longest running safari park in Texas. However, at one time the ranch yielded only cattle and […]

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BubbleBum Boosts Your Child for Easy Travel and Giveaway

Disclosure: BubbleBum  provided and delivered the complimentary product to facilitate this review. This post was not reviewed by a 3rd party. All opinions are mine and may not reflect those of the company. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and […]

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National Poetry Month Pairs Perfectly with Coffee and Brownies

Disclosure: I am a member of the Collective Bias® Social Fabric® Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias® and Starbucks. This post was not reviewed by a 3rd party. All opinions are mine and may not reflect those of the companies. I am disclosing this […]

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#TypeAPhilly Agenda

Is Type-A Advanced Philadelphia really THIS week? I’ll be packing over the next few days and heading to “City of Brotherly Love” on Friday. As a planner, I have mapped out my tentative schedule. The problem is there are way too many great speakers, so I am not sure how to choose each session. I […]

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