Climbing High & More at The Forge: Lemont Quarries (Plus its Dog-Friendly)

I received tickets in exchange for sharing my honest opinion. Finding something that my whole family can enjoy from our dog through teens is never an easy task. My 10-year-old daughter is small and usually too young for things my 13 and 14-year-old sons want to do. The Forge: Lemont Quarries though is seriously a […]

10 Reasons to Visit Santa’s Village Amusement Park in 2021 (& Giveaway Ends 7/30)

I received tickets in exchange for sharing my honest opinion. While it may seem like Santa’s Village has only been open for 10 years now, they have actually been a family destination since 1959, closing for a short period before re-opening. I actually went a lot when I was little and have memories of the […]

Experience Art in “Frida Kahlo: Timeless”

I received tickets in exchange for sharing my honest opinion. Right here in Glen Ellyn, Illinois, we get to experience the most comprehensive presentation of Frida Kahlo’s work displayed in the Chicago area in over 40 years. Direct from loan from the Museo Dolores Olmedo, a 26-piece collection of an array of oil paintings and […]

Sistine Chapel Immersive Experience {Oakbrook, IL}

I received tickets in exchange for sharing my honest opinion. My 9-year-old recently has shown an interest in artists and their art, so much so that she actually made a powerpoint presentation for fun (practicing those new skills) featuring her favorite artists and their popular paintings. While I am not a huge art lover, I […]

Family Pizza Night with Chicago’s Connie’s Pizza

This post is sponsored by The National Frozen & Refrigerated Foods Association (NFRA). All opinions are my own. For more inspiration during #FrozenFoodMonth, be sure to check out delicious ideas from NFRA at EasyHomeMeals.com #MFFM2021 Sometimes I try to remember my life not being busy and jam-packed but I basically have to go back to before kids. Having three […]

Add Medieval Times to Your To-Do List

I received complimentary tickets in exchange for sharing this information and my honest opinion. With all the craziness of the Coronavirus going on, I thought I would share one of my must-visit attractions near Chicago – Medieval Times. We have been to Medieval Times a bunch and everytime we go, my kids act like its […]

Santa’s Village Magical Christmas Days

Santa’s Village has been a favorite of my family since I was younger and my own parents took me. This past summer, my family and I had a great time and was able to bring my nephew for the first time. Now you wouldn’t think of an amusement park being open in the winter in […]

Celebrate the Holidays With Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament #MTCelebrate

I received tickets in exchange for sharing this information. Audiences of all ages gather to cheer for their knight at Medieval Times in Chicago! Set inside an 11th century-style castle, the two-hour action-packed tournament begins. Cheer for your knight as he competes to be named Champion of the Realm. Dine on a “hands-on” four-course feast […]

10 Reasons to Check Out Santa’s Village Amusement Park

I received tickets in exchange for sharing my honest opinion. Santa’s Village to me is a place near and dear to my heart. I visited Santa’s Village many times when I was younger with my parents and siblings and was sad to hear they were closing in 2006. Luckily though just after I had my […]

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