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Plan a Staycation in YOUR Town

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Yesterday I shared all sorts of great things to see and do in San Diego — on a budget. But, if you don’t live here or haven’t already planned a trip to “America’s Finest City,” you might be interested in planning a staycation somewhere else, like YOUR town. Don’t forget to read Amy’s tips for […]

Your Summer Survival Guide is Here

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Ready to sail through summer with a smile? Got a bag of tricks ready for when the kids are home all day with “nothing to do?” Are you prepared for the transition from carpools, math lessons, and regular bedtimes? Don’t worry. I’ve got ya covered! (Click here if you can’t see the video) Ready to […]

Planning a Great Staycation

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— A post from LifeasMOM Contributor, Amy — Have you booked your plans for Spring Break yet? Wanna go see something fun and different with the kids and get a little relaxing in? Want to enjoy all your favorite foods—just the way you like them, or maybe try something a little more exotic? Sure, I […]

Camp Wannalaffalotta: Food, Glorious Food

This will be the last installment of Camp Wannalaffalotta for the summer. Where did the time go? The FishFam had a great, albeit too short, summer. I hope you did, too. But, really, the activities laid out in Camp Wannalaffalotta can provide hours of family engagement all year long. Next rainy day, go browse the […]

What I Did on My Summer Vacation

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When I was growing up, I could count on at least one teacher asking us to write about what we did during our summer vacation. And since I’m a sucker for nostalgia, I thought I’d review the last three months and share some of the highlights of the FishFam summer with you. You will remember […]

Camp Wannalaffalotta: There’s a Mouse in the House

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Summer days can slip by before you know it. Make the most of it by planning a few enrichment activities to enjoy with your children through out the next few weeks and months. After all, all of life is learning. And summer learning can be the most enjoyable, especially since the pressure’s off. In light […]

Summer Survival Kit – Crafts and Activities

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Earlier this week I introduced you to our Summer Survival Kit. This is a great “bag of tricks” to keep on hand for rainy days, too hot days, days when kids are just not easily pleased, or just a day when you all want a change of pace. Build one of your own for the […]

Our (Little) Garden

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Many moons ago we lived in the country on two acres on the Central Coast of California. I won’t get too nostalgic except to say that we had quite the large vegetable garden each summer. And, truth be told, while I don’t miss gravel roads, well water, and septic tanks, I do miss that garden. […]