Glen Alpine Falls: A Toddler Friendly Waterfall in South Lake Tahoe

Glen Alpine Falls: A Toddler Friendly Waterfall in South Lake Tahoe

Every since my son saw The Tiger Family Trip, he has wanted to go to a waterfall and one of my biggest goals in life is to make his dreams happen, so I decided that I would find a toddler-friendly waterfall to visit while on our annual family vacation in South Lake Tahoe. Since I had planned to take him alone, I wanted the easiest option possible. As it turns out my mom joined us but this was still the perfect choice because hiking would be a challenge for her. (Ok, fine, and me too!) Glen Alpine Falls was a perfect choice! 

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Stop Waiting for "Someday" and Start LIV'ing

Stop Waiting for "Someday" and Start LIV'ing

We all have a "bucket list" but, unfortunately, many don't ever actually get around to marking anything off. They just keep waiting for "someday" but "someday" never comes.  Find out about a unique community that is helping people stop waiting for someday and start LIV’ing!

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5 Tips How to Manage Traveling with a Baby

5 Tips How to Manage Traveling with a Baby

Many families believe traveling with a baby is too stressful, that they never end up going anywhere. Working together can help make for a successful vacation with your children. Here are some tips for a successful trip with a baby.

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12 Toddler Approved Things To Do In San Francisco

12 Toddler Approved Things To Do In San Francisco

When you think of San Francisco you might think of bridges, steep hills, seafood, shopping, and nightlife. You may not exactly think "toddler-friendly" but there is so much that you can do with a toddler in the city by the bay. We recently took a trip to San Francisco and my son had the time of his life! One of the nice things about traveling to San Francisco with a toddler is that you can easily entertain a little one without spending a whole lot of money. Almost everything on this list is free or under $20! 

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How to Prepare for Flying With a Toddler

How to Prepare for Flying With a Toddler

The first time my son and I were going to travel by plane, I did a lot of googling. It can be nervewracking to travel with a small child (my son was 3 months when we took our first flight) and it's hard to know what exactly to expect. A little over 2 years later, 12 flights and 6 security checkpoints later, I can say, it's still hard to know exactly what to expect when traveling with a child. Each of our experiences has been slightly different, particularly when it comes to TSA, but below are some tips that I believe will help any parent of a toddler prepare to take a flight. 

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