June Family Book Review

This month’s book feature is the TIME for Kids, Big Book of Where. Where do lemurs live? Where was the largest Maya city? Where did the Titanic sink? Do your kids ask the question “where” a lot? Mine sure do. Often followed by many “whys!” My youngest doesn’t quite ask the who, what, where, and when questions yet. He just […]

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Review of Seneca Park in Louisville

Since springtime has finally decided to show herself here in Louisville, I took advantage of a gorgeous, brilliant sunny morning recently and took my 20-month-old to Seneca Park for a couple of hours. We had such a great time…well until the wind started blowing and my allergies kicked in… We went on a weekday morning and it was not crowded […]

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LouFamFun $10 Challenge – June

So my girl and I started the day off with 10 bucks.  Instead of racking my brain trying to create a day of magical childhood memories I decided to put a different spin on it.  My now 7-year-old is quite the free thinker.  In fact she is probably the free-est thinker in the 2nd grade.  “So ‘Noodle’”, as I have […]

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Personal Opinion: Toy Testers Needed!

This is a sponsored post, please read and consider checking out this business! Toy testers needed!  Boys & Girls ages 4-8 Personal Opinion, a marketing research facility in St. Matthews, needs boys and girls ages 4-8 who have never participated in toy research, and whose siblings have not participated within the past year.  The kids come in to their facility […]

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Review of BreyerFest at the Kentucky Horse Park ( and a link for discount tickets!)

We had the privilege of going to Breyerfest 2012. BreyerFest is a three-day model horse festival held each July at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, KY. There are horse performances, a petting zoo, pig races, face painting, toy horse painting, entertainers, a Trade Show, stores, meet-and-greets with the horses that inspired the Breyer models, and more. There’s a Groupon […]

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Review of Huber’s Winery Tour, a great Parent’s Night Out option

During the cooler weather, we decided to try a winery tour at Huber’s Orchard & Winery. We have visited Huber’s for plenty of you-pick fruits and vegetables, kid’s activities, as well as eaten their delicious meals, but we had never tried a wine tour. Huber’s has over 600 acres of fruits and vegetables, and is one of the oldest wineries in Indiana. They have now […]

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Top Ten Tips for Camping with the Family

1. Do your homework– Camping as an adult is challenging enough.  If you plan to bring the kids make sure you plan basic activities ahead of time. Hiking: I like to visit hiking blogs for reviews to distinguish which trails are child appropriate.  Distance and terrain are always of most importance.  Do your homework and you’ll be less likely to have […]

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