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Four months in…

In an effort to stay authentic and “virtually” in touch with our friends and family, rather than only give you colorful and smiling snapshots on Instagram, I thought it was time to share the latest on our lives in London. Before we moved, I debated how much to share on social media. It’s truly the … Continue reading Four months in…

Wild at Heart in Wales

I’ve been reading and listening to podcasts lately about raising boys. One theme I hear again and again, especially in this challenging digital/tech era, is about intentional adventure. Seek out adventure and challenges your boys will find exhilarating. Explore new and different places that invigorate the senses so your child will experience adrenaline and joy … Continue reading Wild at Heart in Wales

24 Hours in The Cotswolds

What I love about the English Cotswolds, besides the gorgeous flowers, country homes and bucolic, sheep-filled hillsides, is that you can go again and again and never see the same village twice. There are so many picturesque towns and rambling woodland walks that it’s worth visiting year after year. We hadn’t been in more than … Continue reading 24 Hours in The Cotswolds

Our Latest Adventure!

Most of you know by now that Mitch was offered an exciting role with his company in the UK, so we have moved just outside London to our favorite town of Richmond for the next three years. It’s been a whirlwind six months and we are all filled with joyful anticipation mixed with sadness. We … Continue reading Our Latest Adventure!

Slowing Down in Slovenia

It’s only the size of New Jersey, hidden amongst powerhouses of Western Europe like Italy, Austria and Croatia. But, Slovenia offers the best of the region, a small country that is easy to navigate and overflowing with charm. I wouldn’t necessarily recommend it as your first European country to visit, but after navigating a few … Continue reading Slowing Down in Slovenia

Five Things We’ve Learned Pursuing the Big Five on Safari

I’m certainly no expert, but after experiencing a few safaris I believe it should be on everyone’s bucket list. Witnessing wild animals in their own neighborhood brings sheer awe and joy to adults and children alike. There’s so much to see, small and large, beautiful and ugly, but the “Big Five” are the coveted creatures … Continue reading Five Things We’ve Learned Pursuing the Big Five on Safari