Review: Bricks 4 Kidz

Last week, Sharon Dodson, Managing Director of Bricks 4 Kidz in Louisville, came over to conduct a trial mini-party for my son, daughter and some friends.  While she set up, the kids were getting so excited to see what kinds of lego goodies she was going to whip out of her bags!  She got out a big box of the […]

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Review of Farnsley Park By: Jeanette

We recently spent a late afternoon playdate with some friends and their kiddos at Farnsley Park. This is a neighborhood park located at 3100 Wedgewood Way. It was a nice location for our picnic with some water play at the sprayground. There are two playgrounds with the one geared towards littler kids surrounded by fence. Swings, baby swings, and slides […]

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Review of French Lick Resort By: Stephanie

My husband and I were extremely lucky to have the opportunity to visit Fench Lick, IN and stay at French Lick Resort at the French Lick Springs Hotel for a wonderful weekend getaway from Louisville with our kids.  It was under an hour and a half drive from our home in Louisville which made for ample time to enjoy our […]

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Review of Carrie Gaulbert Cox Park By: Jeanette

Carrie Gaulbert Cox Park, 3730 River Rd, is a short drive from Locust Grove. The park is right along the river. It has a bathhouse, picnic tables with grills, open grassy spaces, and a playground. The playground had slides, baby swings, and regular swings. Unfortunately, there was quite a bit of litter around, but being a holiday weekend it may […]

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Review of Locust Grove By: Jeanette

Our family took advantage of the free admission on Independence Day to explore Locust Grove off of Blankenbaker Lane. This is a National Historic Landmark housing 55 acres where William and Lucy Clark Croghan, enslaved African-Americans, and Revolutionary War hero General George Rogers Clark lived. Although my husband and I enjoyed the guided tour of the house, our children were […]

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Review of VIPS Friday Friends

Looking for something fun and educational to do with your 2-6 year olds to escape the summer heat? Then you should definitely check out VIPS’ Friday Friends which is open to both VIPS and non-VIPS children. We recently went with a group of moms from Louisville Mommies and my kids loved it! VIPS, which stands for Visually Impaired Preschool Services, […]

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Review of Impellizzeri’s Pizza By: Stephanie

As a family, pizza restaurants are our “go-to” option for dinner out with the kids. Generally, they are quick, reasonably priced, family-friendly and kids love pizza. I have heard wonderful thing about Impellizzeri’s, so I decided to give them a shot. We dined out at their Brownsboro Road location and enjoyed the pizza as well as the people. We chose […]

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Review of Cherokee Triangle Summer Concerts By: Stephanie

Last weekend, we headed to the Cherokee Triangle area near Willow Park to enjoy the first summer concert in their serious.  It is organized by the Cherokee Triangle Association and they put on a fantastic event.  They have a series of concerts throughout the summer! The concert begins at 7pm on Sundays.  We arrived right at 7 and it was […]

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Review of George Rogers Clark Park By:Stephanie

Over Memorial Day weekend, we visited George Rogers Clark Park (off of Poplar Level Rd) looking for a picnic spot where the kids could cool off in the spray pad.  It was full of people playing, eating, hanging out and splashing in the spray area. There were ample picnic tables but we chose a shady spot under a tree near […]

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