Summer is by far my favorite season here in Minnesota. The days are longer. The kids are out of school. The family appears to be more relaxed from the hustle and bustle of the school year. What better way to spend your summers than at an outdoor waterpark. Minnesota does not disappoint when it comes to swimming options.
I don’t know about you but I struggle every day with eating healthy, staying fit and losing weight.
I have been on so many fad diets out there. I have followed many fitness gurus online. Many that promised you x amount of weight loss in x amount of time. And you have no idea how many online workout plans or home workout DVDs I have purchased. I have tried Weight Watchers and Medifast. I even joined a local gym for some time. Nothing was sustainable. Or better yet, I was not sustaining any of them.
Thank you Minnesota Children’s Museum for sponsoring this post. Minnesota Children’s Museum provided us with tickets to explore and enjoy the museum. All opinions are my own.
Minnesota Children’s Museum is located in downtown Saint Paul and opens all year round. It has three floors of fun for kids to explore and run around. The boys are super excited to spend a day at the Minnesota Children’s Museum. We have been there many times before and they always enjoy their time there. Each time is always a different experience. Be prepared to be here for at least 2-3 hours. This would allow the kids ample time to explore all there is to offer and really be able to enjoy it.
When was the last time you went out on a date with your spouse? Life happens and before you know it, kids and other priorities took over. You are running all over town with their activities and not even having a moment to yourself to breathe. You wonder whatever happened to “us” and how can we rekindle our romance.
Going on a road trip with the boys are so much fun! Road trip typically consists of many stops and long stretches of driving that we weren’t sure how our boys would be able to handle it. I wasn’t sure how I was going to handle it as well. However, we all survived (barely) and had a blast! I would not have changed anything about it and would do it all over again.