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Great Wolf Lodge – Traverse City: Saving Money

If you are anything like our family, you want a vacation, but don’t want to spend an arm and a leg to provide that experience for your children.  Here are some great ways to save on your next vacation to Great Wolf Lodge.   Our articles about Great Wolf Lodge in Traverse City:Get the overview of our vacation.Read about our… 

Great Wolf Lodge in Traverse City: Pup and Paw Passes – Are They Worth It?

We just got back from an amazing staycation getaway from Great Wolf Lodge in Traverse City. Great Wolf Lodge gave us Pup & Paw Passes for our girls and a $50 dining credit in exchange for this promotional post. Our articles about Great Wolf Lodge in Traverse City: Get the overview of our vacation. Read about our experience at the waterpark. Pup and… 

Great Wolf Lodge – Traverse City: The Waterpark

Last week we had an incredible vacation at Great Wolf Lodge in Traverse City.  There is so much to do, but the main attraction is the indoor water park. Our articles about Great Wolf Lodge in Traverse City: Get the overview of our vacation. Read about our experience at the waterpark. Pup and Paw Passes: Are they worth it? Dining Out: Red Mesa Grill in Traverse… 

Unaccompanied Minors: Children Flying Solo

Many airlines provide accommodations for the anxious parent to ensure their child’s safety when flying and traveling by themselves.  Surprisingly, there is no single set of applicable regulations concerning children flying alone.  Instead, the Aviation Consumer Protection Division of the Department of Transportation sites general rules and procedures for U.S. air carriers.  Each airline relies on these guidelines when drafting… 

The Sandusky Hotel you want to AVOID

This summer we took an awesome vacation and visited all of the Cedar Point parks so we could share our experience with you.  Lots of great fun to be had: Metro Detroit Mommy: Cedar Point Family Care Center Metro Detroit Mommy: KidTrack At Cedar Point Metro Detroit Mommy: Cedar Point – Halloweekends Metro Detroit Mommy: Soak City at Cedar Point The Newly Renovated Hotel Breakers at Cedar… 

Car Seat Safety: Rear Facing – the hows & whys

As a Child Passenger Safety Technician I am a huge advocate for keeping kids rear-facing as long as possible.  Not only is it safer (500% safer!) and often more comfortable for kids, it also prevents the dreaded tantrum-induced seatback kickboxing sessions to which toddlers are so prone. I’ve been doing seat checks for almost 2 years and the number 1… 

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