Category: Adventures

Kid-friendly dinosaur show coming to the PAC!

If you happen to live with a kid who loves dinosaurs, you learn a lot of interesting stuff. Like, did you know that scientists now believe the T-rex may have had feathers? Or that the Dreatnoughtus was the biggest dinosaur ever, weighing a massive 65 tons? Or that Pterodactyls are not technically dinosaurs at all? And […]

Light the Loop: Ready, set, GLOW!

There’s a great family event happening on Saturday, Oct. 7 in Wenatchee: Light The Loop Fun Run 2017 — 5k and 2k races along the Loop Trail. Kids are more than welcome at this one. In fact, event organizers are going above and beyond this year to make it a fun night for the little (and big) […]

Water Discovery at the YMCA

Last week, AJ and I finished our first session of Water Discovery class at the YMCA. We loved it. This was my first time doing any sort of structured parent and baby class and I had no idea what to expect. I wondered how a 6-month-old baby could be in a class, how I would […]

Happy Grandparents Day!

Shout out to all the Wenatchee Valley grandparents this weekend as we celebrate National Grandparents Day on Sunday! Grandparents are awesome and I love helping them spend quality time with their grand-kiddos by providing all the baby equipment they need for a fun-filled visit.  Check out this blog from Babierge about packing and planning for a trip […]

Mom of boys

My middle son who is seven just broke his arm at the park.  This is his third broken bone.  (Technically 4th since he broke both bones in his arm this time…)  Last month, my three year old got bit in the face by a dog and had 15 stitches.  It’s been quite a summer of accidents […]

Exploring the valley: Smallwood’s Harvest

So in my quest for adventure I overlooked a couple of important details…. I am horrible at remembering to take pictures (like thank goodness my mom and sister have been at important childhood milestones!) and the fact that sometimes it gets crazy hot and smokey here. When we were all enduring the 100-plus degrees outside, […]