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10 Holiday Road Trip Tips for a Festive and Safe Journey

Over the river and through the woods many of us will go this holiday season to visit family and friends. Why not make your time on the road as merry and stress-free as possible? Follow our 10 holiday road trip tips for a festive and safe journey! This story is brought to you in partnership with […]

How to Get Picky Kids to Eat Vegetables and Fruits

Kids eat vegetables…if you’re lucky. Getting picky kids to eat vegetables and fruits can be a real challenge. As mom to a very (VERY!) picky eater, I know. Even adventurous young eaters may shy away from spinach, broccoli and other good-for-you choices. As parents, we want our children to grow up healthy and strong, with a good […]

Pirate’s Booty Giveaway – Finding Snack Treasure & Dory!

As parents we swim the distance to do what’s best for our kids. We want to find that balance between life’s pleasures and being safe. Just like Marlin wanted to save Nemo from a world full of potential dangers in Finding Nemo, so too do we want to help our kids have fun while keeping them healthy. Enter Pirate’s […]

Travel Snack Hacks for SuperMoms and SuperKids

The right travel snack keeps kids content during the journey and fueled up for fun on the go. Want your kids to think you’re a Supermom on your next family vacation? These five travel snack hacks should do the trick! This post is brought to you in partnership with Smucker’s Uncrustables as part of a Mom It Forward Blogger […]

How to Travel with Kids with Food Allergies

Many parents who have a child with severe food allergies opt not to travel because they fear a negative allergic reaction away from home. Travel with a food-allergic child is possible. It just takes preparation, communication, and vigilance! Read these tips on how to travel safely with food allergies from Kate Newmyer, a mom who knows!

A Road Trip with Children Experiment: Eat While You Drive. Stop to Play.

“Eat while you drive. Stop to play.” I recently tested this tidbit of road trip advice from a friend, while trying to avoid the lure of my SUV’s built-in DVD screen.