Tag: Vacation with Kids

My 2019 Goals

Every New Year’s Day since I was 25, I have sat down and written out goals. There is something magical about written goals and even on this 10-year blog, I have written and tracked some of the progress of the goals I have set in previous years. Of course, if you follow me on my personal twitter, @FredsDaily you know that I obsessed with tracking my life, hour by hour. So it would make sense that I would have New Year’s Resolutions or Goals for my life.

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Fun Family Activities To Try This Week

Spending time with family is something we all look forward to at the end of the week and it is often the best time of the week to bond and relax amongst people we love and care about. If you are at a loss on what to do and how to spend your time together as a family this week, here are some fun ideas to try.

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Summer Is Coming: These Are The Parenting Tactics You Need To Succeed

Whether you are looking forward to or dreading the summer vacation, the fact is that it’s coming, and soon! Of course, summer doesn’t have to be fraught will stress and hassle for parents or their kids. In fact, if you stick to the advice below you will be able to have a fun-filled and successful summer that everyone will enjoy.

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Five Tips for a Florida Fun In The Sun Vacation

As far as family holiday destinations are concerned, Florida is easily one of the most attractive out there. The Golden State attracts millions of American visitors and an even greater number of international guests for fun in the sun each year. With miles of beaches and plenty of family attractions along the east coast, it’s hardly any wonder.

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Time & Date Stamp Your Written Vacation Requests

To prevent conflict as a result of miscommunication, you might have your letter time-stamped and dated. You can bring three copies of your notice to the courthouse, where you may get each copy officially stamped with the date and time. Then, leave one copy to be kept on file with the court, mail one copy to the custodial parent, and keep one copy for yourself.

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How to Be a Cool Dad and Not a Clark Griswold

The core of the road trip folly, especially when you are a family of five or six, is cramming into a hotel room with two beds and a make shifting couch for your five-year old. I firmly believe being sardined day-after-day adds to the vacation irritation and lack of sleep stress.

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