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A Day Trip To Athens Georgia

I just recently learned about the State Botanical Garden of Georgia, and I knew we needed to make a visit ASAP! Athens is about 70 miles east of Atlanta so it's the perfect little day trip. We decided to make a day of it and visit the botanical gardens, downtown Athens, Sanford Stadium, the UGA… Continue reading A Day Trip To Athens Georgia

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A Trip to the Fernbank Museum

I used to think the Fernbank Museum was all about dinosaurs, boy was I wrong! I had NO idea how many hands on activities, and exhibits, the museum held. To be honest I was really hesitant to take my four year old and two year old because I thought it would be way over their… Continue reading A Trip to the Fernbank Museum

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10 indoor play activities around Atlanta

We are so ready for some sunny spring weather here in Georgia! All this rain has made my little ones a little crazy, and that's made me a little crazy! I wanted to share ten indoor spots around Atlanta that are perfect for rainy days with little ones. 1. Tiny Towne - located in Norcross,… Continue reading 10 indoor play activities around Atlanta

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Interactive Neighborhood for Kids Children’s Museum

It feels like it has been raining about a month straight here in Atlanta! We are so ready for some nicer weather! Rainy days can be hard for little ones, and their parents. I was trying to find somewhere new to play indoors last night and came across the website for INK: Interactive Neighborhood for… Continue reading Interactive Neighborhood for Kids Children’s Museum