Traveling with toddlers and babies- whether on a road trip out of state or merely to the grocery store- can sometimes feel overwhelming. You have to mentally formulate a plan of what to bring, what to pack, and what to do when you get there.
Going to the Beach can open a whole new can of worms because you add in the heat, water….. and sand.
But fear not my friend. I’m here to offer you a few basic tips for having fun in the sun in Jacksonville Beach, Florida. Continue reading “Jacksonville Beach Tips: Public Parking, What to Bring, And What Not”
There is ALWAYS something going on in Jacksonville and A TON of places around town to have fun with the family. Being that Jax is the largest city in the United States, sometimes those places can get a little crowded.
Long lines, difficulty parking, crowds and toddlers do not always mix well.
If you’re looking to literally go off the beaten path and try something a little different, consider these toddler-friendly Hidden Gems. They are guaranteed to not only broaden your activity agenda, but ensure a solid nap time afterward. Continue reading “Hidden Gems: Things to do with Toddlers in Jacksonville”
The first couple years of my career were very investor focused. This meant showing enough abandoned vacant homes in the peak of Florida summer heat (while pregnant mind you) to last a lifetime. Among the many things I learned from those experiences was how to NOT leave your home when you go away- especially for vacation.
Continue reading “How to Prepare Your Home Before You Go on Vacation”
My profession requires me to be in the car for extended periods of time driving all over the place. When babies entered the picture, I had to find a way to adapt my version of traveling to -our- version of traveling. Continue reading “Road Trips with Toddlers”
Getting ready for a Closing the other day, I thought I’d be proactive and get some laundry going before it was time to leave. I grabbed the baby’s hamper, tossed everything in the washer without hesitation and went about my merry way.
34 minutes and delicate cycle later, the familiar sound of Schubert’s “Die Forelle” signifies its time to switch the clothes to the dryer. Continue reading “Diaper in the Washing Machine”
Hey, Y’all! I am so incredibly excited to be able to reach out via this new medium! This Blog will be vastly based on providing valuable tips for all things house related including home improvement and design, advice from various experts in process, and chronicles of my experiences while being pregnant twice during the busiest years of my career. Trust me, you cannot make these stories up! Stick with me and I promise you will enjoy the ride.