Summer is quickly approaching and all the kids, and teachers, can think about is VACATION! What about a staycation? You know, a vacation in the city you already live in! My family and I took a mini-staycation, or two, and I would love to give you an idea on how to spend the summer in […]
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Spring Break 2017 is around the corner! How are you keeping the kiddos busy? Check out our updated events guide.
Get ready for lots of family fun with our March events roundup! Here’s what’s going on in the RGV as we roll into spring.
We are thrilled to partner with IDEA Public Schools to bring information to our readers about their summer camp at Camp RIO!Where Education and Adventure Go Hand-in-Hand There’s so much to learn from nature and the world around us — that’s the philosophy at IDEA Camp RIO at Historic Lula Sams. Educators at Camp RIO […]
Did you make a New Year’s Resolution? How about a list of goals or even a bucket list? Whatever your method for getting motivated, we applaud your efforts! These are just a few of the goals our team of contributors will be working this year. Some are small but lofty, others are all about mindset… and […]
Why is it important to watch the Summer Games as a family? Because we can watch women and men compete in the same sport as one another and thrive. Rewind to two weeks ago: Azariah, my son, and I were playing in the house before Romeo, my husband, got home. As per usual, when Romeo waltzes through the door, […]
Today, the CDC identifies 1 in 68 children in the US as on the autism spectrum. With a statistic like that, it’s no wonder more and more families are advocating for and raising awareness of this developmental disorder. To recognize National Autism Awareness Month, we wanted to highlight some of our local resources and organizations (including early intervention), as well […]
By the time my second child made her debut in our family, I was longing for a sense of what used to be. Pre-kids, my husband and I would venture out into the wilderness for days on end, wearing everything on our backs, seeing very few people (or maybe no one at all) for days at […]