A local guide to all the things you need to be doing this summer if you live in Baltimore!! ( Sprinkled with things to do in PA & D.C. too!)
I am sharing the MUST DO rides for your toddler at Disney’s Magic Kingdom, all the tips for making the most out of your day, and even accessibility info for those with special needs.
I am sharing all our favorite hiking gear for the men, women and kids in your life and a few pictures from our trip to Brevard, NC. Some of this stuff I’ve had for years and some is somewhat new but I love it all!
We travel back and forth to Boston every other month and we are sharing the ultimate guide of things to do if you want to visit Boston Common and Public Gardens while in Boston, with your kids!
I am sharing our favorite organizations that help us with medical travel by assisting with airfare, accommodations, and even grants. You can help us celebrate AB’s 3rd Birthday by donating to one of them in her name.
We are sharing all the tips for traveling to Walt Disney World with medical or special needs. Where to stay, how to plan days at the parks, how to take advantage of all the accommodations this magical place has to offer, & more!
Medical hardships demand time, money and emotional strength for a long period of time. The transportation, basic living expenses, therapies and special education needs are not often covered by insurance and take a lot of time away from both work and family. Learn about an incredible organization helping to ease the burden for families like ours.
We spent a freezing and windy winter day in Cambridge with our toddler and had the best time so I thought I would share 5 Things to Do in Cambridge (with a toddler in the winter)!
Traveling with a medically-complex person is a lot of work. It can be overwhelming and sometimes terrifying. This past May we took our first family vacation to Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico with a toddler who’s on both Parental and Enteral Nutrition. Although I knew we needed a break, time to get away, quality time together as a family - I was scared #af! I’d be a complete hypocrite if I said I didn’t think about canceling the trip 100 times. When we left the runway, with her home team getting smaller and smaller behind us, I felt a combination of anxiety and nausea. Scary stuff.
The reason for the Patriots' superiority is immediately evident. The reason for Boston Children's is as well. I won't spend any time bashing Hopkins. They're an incredible hospital, that does great things for their patients. We're lucky that we've been close enough to have Addie's care handled by their team. They've gotten us through countless surgeries, put her on a path of growth, and have been there many times when we've needed them.
But just as the Dolphins aren't the Patriots, Hopkins is not Boston.