All Posts by Elizabeth

The Dali Museum, Tampa Florida

This post contains affiliate links. The Salvador Dali Museum in Tampa, Florida was incredibly family friendly and packed full of amazing art in perfectly curated exhibits. I was amazed how many people commented on my Instagram photos with exhibitions they had seen through the years at the Dali museum. If you are in Tampa, FL […]

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St. Petersburg Airplane Playground

This post contains affiliate links. Across the street from the Salvador Dali Museum, next to the St. Petersburg Airport and adjacent to the South Yacht Basin you’ll find the Albert Whitted Playground. This playground is transportation themed and provides views of airplanes and boats. My kids were in heaven! Wander down the path that runs […]

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Busch Gardens Tampa with Kids

Lessons learned from visiting Busch Gardens Tampa with kids over Spring Break. The single biggest question we’ve been asked since coming back from spring break in Tampa is if visiting Busch Gardens Tampa Bay with kids was worth it. It completely depends. As a military family our tickets to Busch Gardens were free. (You get […]

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UPICKTOPIA, Florida Fruit Picking // Photos

The Ultimate U-Pick Experience This post contains affiliate links. We couldn’t pass up the opportunity to bring the kids to U-Picktopia. An hour north of Tampa, this farm allows you to pick just about everything if you time it right. Farm visits play a large role in our homeschooling. We like to give the kids […]

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Manatee Springs, Florida with Kids

This post contains affiliate links. Florida has so much to offer in the way of nature and wildlife. Manatee Springs is one of many Florida places that offer the chance to come face to face with new plant and animal life. After several years of touring Europe’s man-made attractions we are embracing our new home […]

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Making Lunch Time Easier

This post contains affiliate links. Lunch time can be total chaos, particularly with a homeschool schedule. Homeschooling means that most days I have everyone at home for three meals a day. It often feels like the kitchen is always open. In the Netherlands the kids came home for lunch. I had one hour to bike […]

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