It’s always so confusing to be thinking about summer camp season while temperatures are in the teens (if we’re lucky!), but sign-up season is upon us and if you’re like us, it takes a swift kick in the booty to remind us to do this while we’re hiding under our cozy blankets.
Our next summer camp guide is coming out this month, so keep an eye out for that! The Twin Cities offers so many opportunities for kids to stay active and try new and fun experiences all summer long. While you wait for our updated guide, you can find our 2019 guide below to get you started, as well as a few of our posts that will leave you dreaming of summer sunshine!
Summer Ready: Car Edition
It’s summertime! Your kids are out of school and if your mom life is anything like mine it’s extremely busy. I have two elementary school aged kiddos and a recent preschool graduate. Entertaining at home is a thing of the past. We are on the go almost every day; whether it is for speech, a […]
As a Minnesota transplant, I have a lot of catching up to do if I want to cover this great state on foot. I’ve lived here for almost twelve years now and I’m still blown away by the magic of our trails and waterways. I found out I was pregnant in May 2017. Among plenty […]
After a long, tortuous winter, summer is finally upon us. And for Minnesotans, that means one thing: getting outside. June is National Great Outdoors month. I doubt any of us Minnesotans need to be reminded to enjoy the outdoors. At least, not during these precious few months when the weather is actually tolerable. It’s during […]
Why Being Pregnant in the Summer is Surprisingly Awesome
When I tell people I’m due in late August, I see the shock and pity in their eyes. Seriously, you’d think I’d just told them I was having a baby on Christmas or something (oops – did that, too). I get that being pregnant – really pregnant – in the heart of the summer has […]
Remember what summers were like pre-children? Yeah, I know, it’s a little foggy for me too. What I do remember is that they seemed to last forever. We weren’t bound by the end and start of school. The first warm day of May signified the start of shorts and flip flop season. It would last […]
My family and I recently returned from a 10-day road trip that included two cabins, three campgrounds, hundreds of miles, and countless memories. Of those 10 days, four nights were spent in a tent in three different locations. Yes, that is correct. A tent with a four-year old and a 22-month old. And let me […]