15 things we have learned traveling full time

These are 15 things we have learned traveling full time in an RV.  Honestly guys this is just meant to be fun and makes me laugh every time I think about them.  When we started three years ago traveling full time we had never camped before. So you can only imagine how much we have learned. So enjoy! Who needs a stick and brick (S&B) house because your home is where you park our RV Continue reading

SCAD family day filled with animation, cartooning, special effects

scad family day

SCAD (Savannah College Art and Design) had a FREE family day and we got to do go with some friends.  The kids had the opportunity to learn the basics of cartooning, special effects, furniture design and see performing art. We started off by stopping at the painting booth to paint: En Plein Air (paint a scene in the open air or outdoors), and all three girls did an amazing job but Belle still has to finish hers. Continue reading

Unschool playdate at the Savannah Children Museum

We started at the Savannah Children Museum that is located near the Georgia State Railroad Museum.  All 5 girls played in the maze, sat and read a book or two, played dress up ( with animal tails and noses), got sprayed by a mister to cool off, ran around, swung on the tire swing all at once, went on the slide, looked at some trains, rolled down a huge hill, and just had fun being a Continue reading

Savannah Children Museum

What could be more fun than meeting a few friends at the NEW Savannah Children Museum.  There we six little girls total and man did they have fun.  Who says you can’t learn and play at the same time…. silly boring person.  The museum is located inside the Georgia State Railroad Museum, next to the Visitor’s Center.  It’s only $7.50 for the day or $75 for the family membership, and you get the children, railroad and History museum Continue reading