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Five River Fountain (River Scape Metro Park) Dayton, Ohio

A few weeks ago we headed down to Dayton, Ohio for something to do. We checked out the US Air Force Museum and before heading home we stopped at the River Scape Metro Park. We wanted to make sure we saw the Five River Fountain of Lights before we left. It’s a really impressive . . . → Read More: Five River Fountain (River Scape Metro Park) Dayton, Ohio

Why buy all School Supplies on the list? Because I saw a teacher buying School Supplies today.

Oh the joys of back to school and buying all those school supplies. You get the list or lists if you have more than one kiddo and you look at it open mouthed. So much stuff! You might wonder what your kid needs with 20 glue sticks. You might wonder why you need to . . . → Read More: Why buy all School Supplies on the list? Because I saw a teacher buying School Supplies today.

Our Day at The Easton Town Center (Shopping and a Car Show)

A couple weekends go we headed up to the Easton Town Center. We hadn’t been up there in a long while but there was a car show going on in the Town Center. My husband wanted to take our boys up there after he heard about it. The Town Center is in Easton which . . . → Read More: Our Day at The Easton Town Center (Shopping and a Car Show)

Our Day at The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force (Part Three) Space Gallery

This is the third part of our trip to the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. Make sure to check out my U.S. Air Force Museum Part 1 and Part 2. The links to my previous posts are at the bottom of this post if you want to check them out. The first . . . → Read More: Our Day at The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force (Part Three) Space Gallery

Our Day at The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force (Part Two) Presidential Gallery

This is the second part of our trip to the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. This post is all about the Presidential Gallery. This was actually the last gallery we checked out but I was too excited to share to wait until last for this part. Make sure to check out my . . . → Read More: Our Day at The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force (Part Two) Presidential Gallery

Our Day at The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force (Part One) – Lots of History!

We were looking for something to do this past weekend and early last week I had come across another blogger’s post about the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. Since we live in Ohio and only about an hour and a half away, we decided to go check it out for ourselves. Yep . . . → Read More: Our Day at The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force (Part One) – Lots of History!

Parenting: Reasons Why We Don’t Give Our Kids an Allowance

I remember there was a time when we were growing up as kids our mom gave us an allowance. As a kid, I thought it was pretty cool. But I also remember as a kid, not wanting to do chores. If I didn’t feel like it, I didn’t mind not getting my allowance. Thinking . . . → Read More: Parenting: Reasons Why We Don’t Give Our Kids an Allowance

Blogging Tips: Switching your site from http to https (How to guide)

What took me so long?

I am a bit late in switching my site from http to https but I finally got it done a couple days ago. Why did I wait so long? Well, any big changes to my site always makes me nervous. I was a mess when I switched from blogger . . . → Read More: Blogging Tips: Switching your site from http to https (How to guide)

Mom Shaming: I’m a bad mom. And I am okay with that. #parenting #momshaming #stopmomshaming

Oh the days of social media. I have been a blogger for years now and along with product reviews and giveaways I have always written posts about family and parenting as well. Sharing stories of my kids, my family, our outings, etc. I have also been members of blogging groups, mom blogger groups, parenting . . . → Read More: Mom Shaming: I’m a bad mom. And I am okay with that. #parenting #momshaming #stopmomshaming

Youth Sports: Sideline Etiquette for Parents from Another Parent

Both our boys play soccer. Our oldest (now 12) has been playing since he was 5 so he has played about 14 seasons because they play spring and fall soccer every year. Our youngest is only into his third season this spring. Every year we always have at least one obnoxious parent on one . . . → Read More: Youth Sports: Sideline Etiquette for Parents from Another Parent