Category: blog

  • On the Blog: African Safaris for Families

    On the Blog: African Safaris for Families

    Recently, I wrote about some of the best African safaris for families for Marmalade Magazine in Orange County, Calif., and I wanted to share the information with you, my readers. I thought that my adventure days were over when I settled down, got married and had kids. But what I didn’t realize was that they were really […]

  • On the Blog: What to Do With Teens on the Road

    On the Blog: What to Do With Teens on the Road

    Are you traveling with teenagers this spring? I contributed my advice on what to do with teens on a road trip to the website Latina Madre. Are you dreading a long drive with an angsty teen this spring break? Sometimes driving with older children can take the wind out of your sails, so to speak. Even […]

  • On the Blog: Summer Swimming Lessons Make Kids Smarter?

    On the Blog: Summer Swimming Lessons Make Kids Smarter?

    According to a recent study from the Griffith Institute for Educational Research in Australia, children who learned to swim at an early age were ahead of their peers in developmental milestones, such as oral expression, literacy, math and more. Considering swimming’s mental and physical benefits, it’s no wonder parents are increasingly interested in enrolling their […]

  • On the Blog: Eight Apps for Moms

    On the Blog: Eight Apps for Moms

    Whether it’s trying to find a place to nurse your baby or balance your check book, apps made for moms make it hard for a lady to be without her phone. Need to keep track of savings for college — there’s an app for that. Trying to find a bathroom that you would actually let […]

  • On the Blog: How to Get a Passport for Your Kid

    On the Blog: How to Get a Passport for Your Kid

    Ever wonder how hard it is to get a passport for your kid? Read my article on how to get one at LatinaMadre… Whether you are leaving town for spring break or planning a big summer vacation, everyone is thinking of escaping winter. And for many, that means leaving the country. No matter where you […]