Category Archives: TEXAS

Pumpkin Patch 2018 (Visit 1 … 300 to Follow)

Fall has always been my favorite season. Partly I’m ready to stop burning my skin off my back in the name of staying tan. Partly I’m ready for sweaters. But mostly I’m just ready for pumpkin patches. Just to clarify, I don’t actually like lots of pumpkin flavored things. It gets old fast. But pumpkin patches will never get old. Those little old ladies who run the church pumpkin patch are going to have to ask me to stop coming every day. It … Continue Reading »

Spring at the Silos in Waco, Texas

Spring at the Silos was something I had wanted to go to so badly. When our doctor lifted my restrictions from being on bed rest (due to the TTTS) I felt lighter than air. I started planning our weekend getaway immediately. We had been to Waco once before, but I really wanted to go when they were hosting a big event like Spring at the Silos. Oddly enough, I love crowds and street fair type things. Sunshine, food trucks, awesome venders, flowers, and … Continue Reading »

How to Do Road Trips With Toddlers … Like a Boss

As much as I love traveling, I hate going on long roadĀ trips with toddlers and trying to keep them happy. It’s just not easy. They are so active at this age and want to be out running around. Who can blame them? I want to be out running around. We’ve gone on four long road trips with toddlers and countless short ones over the past year or so. From 4 to 36 hours, they have all been memorable. I’ve learned a lot from … Continue Reading »