I am working out of town this week and have had the worst internet connection ever! I literally tried to post this blog for like 8 hours yesterday and it just wasn’t happening. So I’m a day late but I finally got it to go through.
Journey has finished camp for the summer and has taken her challenge on the road. I am so glad I have this to keep her busy! As we wrap up the challenge for week 3, here’s a quick recap of week 2. Continue reading →
With all the time spent outdoors during the summer at amusement parks, festivals, and other crowded places, it’s a great time to remind your kids about what do you if they get separated from you. Continue reading →
What an exciting week! I went to visit Let’s Talk Live to talk about the Super Fun Summer Challenge. It was my first television appearance since moving to the Washington DC area and I had a great time. Before I share next week’s challenge, here’s a recap of week 1: Continue reading →
The Super Fun Summer Challenge is off to a great start! Journey literally screamed with joy when she got her envelope. I hope your kids are having as much fun completing their first challenge as she is. Continue reading →
All summer I’ll be sharing tips to keep kids safe while they enjoy fun in the sun. This week’s tip is about the deadly danger children face when they have access to or are left behind in parked cars. Continue reading →
As soon as school was out, Journey said to me, “I wonder if I’m going to get picked to do that fun challenge again this summer.” Even though she’s in summer camp, she still has quite a bit of free time when she gets home. So the Super Fun Summer Challenge is back to help beat summer boredom! Last year during the challenge, Journey built a lego city as an architect, wrote a business plan as an entrepreneur, saved the planet as an eco-superhero, and did our family tree as a genealogist. And this year’s challenge will be even better! Here’s how you can get your kids from in front of the television and in on some serious summer fun: Continue reading →