Our lives become hectic with an endless amount of work, both on and off the clock. If you add kids into the equation, the chaos of life goes up. That's why we need vacations to get away and recharge. The refueling of energy is a must and will create inner harmony.
All parents with school-aged kids have to prepare for spring break, and that in itself, depends on a few factors: one being the child/children’s ages and two being the type of activities you want to engage in. The last and third factor is the amount of money you’re willing to spend.
Our family goes on vacation at least once a year. The destination of choice this year was skiing in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Since we live in Florida, we wanted the kids to experience being in the snow. With that said-we booked our trip in January for a February vacation.
May 1st is my wedding anniversary and, May 3rd is my birthday. My husband and I tend to combine those two memorable days and go on vacation. Our beautiful state of Florida has so many places to visit. Amelia Island was an excellent choice.
One of our family traditions is to go on a vacation during the holidays, and we plan it based on activities that are kid-friendly. They are currently three and four, so we have to be sure that we choose a destination they can enjoy.
Our beautiful little girl turned three in early October. When we asked Caity what she wanted to do for her birthday, she said, ”I want to go to the Disney Castle.” And, we decided to embark on another staycation.