When a husband and wife love backpacking the world together what do they do when expanding their family? Karen Edwards and Shaun Bayes brought their baby with them. 10 weeks after welcoming their daughter Esmé into the world they embarked on a world tour, despite everyone telling them they were nuts. They packed everything the 3 of them would need into one backpack and headed off to Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
Karen said the aim of sharing their journey … Keep Reading!!!
Dog may be man’s best friend but duck is baby’s best friend. When little Tyler was just 9-months-old Beaker the duck joined the family and has been Tyler’s best friend and protector since.
On a Christmas visit with his grandmother, Mark Nutt set 88-year-old Marie up with her first virtual reality experience. It was a roller coaster simulation and I think it’s safe to say Marie loved it.
It’s like Marie is a kid again! Her squeals of joy are contagious!
Halloween movies come in two basic categories. The first, scary horror films (be the campy or genuinely terrifying). The second, movies based around the holiday itself. The former are the ones we reach for when the kids are in bed, unless if we have some really adventurous children. The latter are the ones we look for to have a good family movie night and to get the the spirit of the holiday. This list is for that group. These 5 … Keep Reading!!!
The Holderness family re-creates the 1994 hit song “Tootsie Roll” in tribute to all the parents who steal their kids’ candy before Halloween is even over. You know who you are!… Keep Reading!!!
Ithaa Undersea Restaurant, Maldives
Located 16 feet below sea level it is the first all-glass undersea restaurant and provides a 180-degree view of the coral gardens.
Devil Island Prison Restaurant, China
Surrounded by rusted prison bars, sliding jail doors this restaurant was created to scare people into a crime-free life by showing them what prison is life.
Ninja New York, United States
This family restaurant has a medieval Japanese setting. Waiters are dressed as ninjas, and they will … Keep Reading!!!
Traditionally, playgrounds are for kids. I’m sure most of us have mused about needing adult playgrounds at one time or another. Good news! They exist!! Spain has been building them for a while now for their aging senior population, and now they are starting to pop up in the US as well.
A non-profit company KaBOOM! has partnered up with Humana to build multi-generational playgrounds around the country. In fact, they’ve already built 50.
Sarah Pinsky, of KaBOOM! explains some … Keep Reading!!!