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Everything You Need to Know About Riding the Wichita Q-Line Trolley

Many Wichita families have already discovered the joy of the Wichita Q-Line Trolley. If you haven’t yet, what are you waiting for? 1. It’s free. 2. Kids love trolleys. 3. It makes downtown adventuring 100 times more convenient and fun. End of story.  Just kidding. While all that is true, there are a few more […]

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Chickasaw Country: The Hidden Gem of Weekend Getaways

Thank you to Chickasaw Country for providing an all-expense paid trip to our new favorite getaway spot! All opinions are my own.There’s no word with the finality of “good bye” in the Chickasaw language. The closest approximation is “anowa chipisala’ cho,” meaning “until we meet again.” After spending the weekend in Chickasaw Country, Oklahoma I […]

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10 Tips for Surviving International Travel Kids

10 Tips for Surviving International Travel with Kids

Once upon a time, an infant, a toddler, and their parents contracted Hand, Foot & Mouth Disease while vacationing in a remote-ish cabin in the Rocky Mountains. It was utterly miserable, and the matriarch decided never again to travel with children. Ever. For as long as she lived. But, like many mothers, she forgot the […]

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Wichita Date Ideas :: Overnighters & Weekenders

Are you on the hunt for out-of-the-box ideas for Date Night in Wichita? If you’re looking for a brief staycation or weekend getaway, we’ve got a few suggestions! Book a night or two at one of these Wichita favorites: Hotels: Ambassador Hotel Hyatt Regency Hotel at Old Town Drury Plaza Hotel Broadview Bed & Breakfasts: Serenity […]

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Traveling with Teenagers

On our last trip BC (before children) the spouse and I flew down to Tampa for a week on the beach with friends.  We packed everything we needed into one duffel bag, rented a convertible once we landed, and then drove with the top down and hands in the air all the way to North […]

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Things I'm Done Apologizing For

Things I Am Done Apologizing For

The prevalence of “Bad Moms” and “Mommy Wars” has exposed that as moms, we are far too hard on ourselves and to each other. Nonetheless, I still find myself apologizing for, rationalizing, and defending my parenting choices on an almost daily basis (albeit, often self-imposed). Here is my solemn vow to quit apologizing for things that […]

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