Best place to learn the stories of Alabama and its history

Our goal when we visit a new city is to learn the stories of Alabama and its history. The Best place to learn these stories and its history of Alabama is the Alabama Department of Archives and History. The stories begin in the 1700s with native Indians and tell the story of struggles over the land, the rise of a cotton economy, the Civil War, industrialization, world wars, civil rights, and the race to the Continue reading

10 Kids Friendly things to do in New Orleans

We love New Orleans and its art, culture, museum, historic sites, zoos, exotic people and amazing food.  We have been to this one of kind city several times in our last two years of traveling.  We love the people, sweets and southern food, the atmosphere and diversity that the city has to offer. When you think of New Orleans you think of Mardi Gras and all of the streets you don’t want your kid to visit like Continue reading

Immerce your kids in science and art by going to museums

I love to immerse my kids in science at art by going to museums all over the country, like the Museum of Science and Art in Macon, GA. Sometimes it’s hard to get kids excited about certain subject and visiting a hands on, interactive museum always helps. Don’t get me wrong blowing things up by using science is always fun too. We had a blast at the Museum of art and science in Macon GA. Every kind Continue reading

Homeschool Kit for every subject for ages K – 9th grade

From time to time I like to give items for you a Homeschool Kit for every subject  that you can use in your homeschool classroom.  When your first starting out on your Unschool journey or if things are getting a little stale with the kids these items came in handy to get them on the right track.  No matter if you Unschool, homeschool or send your kids to “normal school” you can use these items to Continue reading

Gloups spent the day with manatees at the Homosassa Springs Wildlife Park

Did you know that manatees were once mistaken for mermaids? Gloups had never seen a manatee and since we are so close to the park, we thought it would be fun to visit the Homosassa Springs Wildlife Park. We started our adventure taking the nature trail hike so that Gloups could see all the animals ($35 for whole family). Homosassa Springs Wildlife Park is home to a 55-year-old hippo that was born at the San Diego Continue reading

How to create a tiny ART studio for a RV

How to create a tiny ART studio for a RV? Living in an RV has a lot of challenges especially when you like to do crafts with your kids, have an art business or you just want a desk where you can work.  The first step is to find an area in your small home that is big enough for a desk or table.  I knew I needed a craft area so we chose a Continue reading