Hello world!  It’s a new year and I can’t believe that it has almost been a year since I started this little blog.  When I began building this site last year, I never imagined I would have thousands of people from all over the world come to visit my little corner of the Internet!

I’ve spent the last year “finding my feet”.  I’m looking forward to sharing more of my family’s adventures and educational activities with you all.  In the new year, I will be focusing more on sharing our travel experiences as well as our adventures here in Washington D.C.  I’m hoping to include more travel tips and resources, along with reviews of our dining experiences.

I will also be moving towards a video format rather than relying solely on photos.  If I have learned anything in the past year, it’s that it doesn’t take much to fill up your WordPress storage!  Lil’ Man, who currently wants to be a “YouTubing zookeeper” when he grows up, will be assisting me with the site’s educational videos.  As we head into spring, you can look forward to more travel related videos from Disney World and the Washington DC area.

Thanks again for stopping by!


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Children’s Books

I’m a former elementary teacher and a huge Disney nerd.  I’m here to add a little pixie dust to your day by showing you how your children can learn through fun and adventure!  Our family finds that the opportunities for learning are endless whether we’re on a safari at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, strolling down The Mall in Washington D.C., or conducting a science experiment in our kitchen.


Wolf, S., Sumner, A. M., & De Freitas, M. (2011). Skeletal Relations. Knowledge Quest, 40(1), 34-41. Retrieved February 4, 2017, from http://www.ala.org/aasl/sites/ala.org.aasl/files/content/aaslpubsandjournals/knowledgequest/docs/KQ_40_1_SeptOct11_PRESS.pdf


Hi, I’m Michelle!

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