There are so many things to do in Washington DC with kids that you’ll have trouble deciding what to do first! Here’s a list of must sees.
A visit to Washington DC is on the bucket list for many Americans. Our family of 7 took a trip to the nation’s capital, and we learned a lot about things to do in Washington DC with kids.
So learn from our experiences!
If you’re a little nervous about visiting the big city, don’t be. We felt safe during our trip there.
In fact, we encountered many acts of kindness. One man gave us his umbrella in a downpour. And a jovial woman got such a big kick out of our daughter that she gave us a discount on our drinks!
Looking for fun road trip questions that are interesting enough to break up the boredom? These questions are family friendly, but entertaining for everyone!
Right now, you’re probably either…
A.) …halfway through a road trip and bored out of your mind. The ABC game got boring miles ago and you’re tired of listening to “I Would Walk 500 Miles” (HIMYM reference).
B.) …an uber prepared person who knows they’re heading out for a road trip soon and needs to stop that boredom before it starts.
Either way, this list is perfect for you! Let’s pull together a fun list of questions you can ask your fellow road tripees when the yellow line gets too long.
Here you’ll find questions that are great for spouses, friends, or even a big family.
Spending quality time with the individual members of your family is vital. But how can you make it a priority when you never have enough time or money? Here’s how to make it work.
Time is the “currency” of relationships. There’s no way to invest in a relationship without investing your time. ~Dave Willis
You can spend all of your money on your kids, but we all know what they really want is our time. That can be tough to do when you have a large family or a busy schedule.
And you can do this without draining your wallet on fancy events or season tickets. Today, let’s talk about spending quality time with your family in a way that won’t put you in the poor house.
These tips for raising large families are super easy to put into place. And once you start using them, you’ll wonder how you ever managed without them!
When you’re the CEO (read: Mom) of a large family, people tend to assume one of two things about you: Either you have it all together (much more than they ever could!)…or you’re a hot mess.
The truth is that large family Moms are pretty much like the rest of the members of the Mom club. They come in all shapes and sizes.
Whether you lean more towards Pinterest perfect or lovable chaos, all of us would love to add more tricks to our bag for raising large families. So here’s a great list of quick and easy ideas you can put into place to make your life with a large family flow more smoothly.
Celebrating a large family Christmas is a blend of chaos, entertainment, and love. But it can get expensive! Here’s how to keep it simple and affordable.
There’s something magical about Christmas morning. But it’s even more magical when you have a large family to share it with. There’s always someone to share dreams and excited giggles with, and that just makes the anticipation even better!
Big families are often full of at least a little chaos, so it’s only natural that Christmas would get a little extra crazy when you have a lot of children to shop for. But it doesn’t have to get out of hand.
This year, we’re adopting a simple idea that won’t cost much, won’t take a lot of time, but will (ideally) change the feel of the way we celebrate the season. Learn the easy steps you can take to recreate this idea with your own family!
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One way we save a ton of money is by renting cars for long trips. Does that sound strange? We drive an 11 year old minivan. It’s getting up there in mileage, but I love the monthly payment ($0).
In the past, I might have looked for a reason to upgrade to a newer van. Taking a trip would be the perfect justification!
But the math doesn’t add up. New cars always cost more than you think they will. Then you have to add on extra insurance and tax costs. In the end, you spend thousands trying to avoid a bill of hundreds. That’s what Robert Burton called “Penny wise and pound foolish.”