Why do homeschoolers share their schedules and curriculum in public places sometimes? Because it helps. Because we all like to see what each other is doing and this happens in real life too. I am constantly curious to see what my homeschool mom friends are doing with their kiddos, just out of curiosity. And, because […]
United We Stand. United, we must stand, America. Thank you to everyone who has served and fought for our freedom.
We LOVE the 24th Street Theater. It’s easy to get to in Downtown LA and frequently has shows for kids of all ages. Hansel and Gretel Bluegrass is a new version of the classic story set in depression-era Kentucky.It’s narrated by Bradley Whitford (in a special video performance) and features the rollicking bluegrass sounds of The […]
My son and I got to join more than 14,000 people at 6am in Disneyland last weekend…and it was so worth it! Disneyland, yes. Any chance we get to step foot inside Disneyland is one I’ll take. But the reason? The reason is why. Children’s Hospital Orange County is one of the leading Pediatric Hospitals […]
Christmas? Fourth of July? Easter? You can keep them… Halloween is the absolute best holiday. It is perfect. You can be as weird as you want, and you get to eat all the candy! There is nothing better. Unless, of course, you can’t eat all the candy… This holiday probably isn’t so much fun for […]
This winter, Burbank is kicking off the holidays in style with the first ever Winter Wine Walk, which is taking over Downtown Burbank on November 19, 2016. This celebration of fine wine and local businesses will canvas several blocks at the heart of Downtown Burbank’s shopping and dining neighborhood, transforming the stores of San Fernando […]
I know, I know. Tonight (Friday, October 28th) is Ladies & Gents Night Out Halloween Style….but Holiday In The Park, people. Holiday. In. The Park. My favorite. I’ll have a table this year again, and I’m trying to gather goodies to giveaway like I did last year! Stay Tuned!
Yes the rumors are true! Target is in the process of moving into Magnolia Park. As President of the Magnolia Park Merchants Association, I met with John Dewes, the Regional Development Manager of Target at my home last week over a cup of coffee and Porto’s pastries. Being a father himself, he understood the difficulty […]
The first time I stepped foot inside an Anthropologie, I immediately wanted to take shelter and build a house underneath a display table, in hopes no one would see me ‘living off the land.’ That land being the unique, brilliantly designed, incredibly smelling, perfectly displayed, obsession inducing land that Anthropologie is. It was the […]
Have you got a LEGO fan in your home? Right now through January 16th, Discovery Cube LA has a LEGO exhibit to not only play with..but learn from! Your kids can…. Create vehicles of all shapes and sizes that will drive, fly or float through exotic terrains Suit-up as a pilot, ship captain, or […]