Whether you have one or four kids, going out to eat can be a hassle, not to mention it gets expensive. Kids eat free at plenty of great restaurants in San Diego. We've compiled a list that highlights a variety of places where kids can eat free and adults can still have a delicious meal, without heading to the drive through. SUNDAY Bali Hai on Shelter Island. Kids under 4 eat free and adults can enjoybottomlesschampagne with Sunday brunch. Whether you sit inside or outside, you'll love the breathtaking views of the harbor and San Diego. Humprey's on Shelter Island. Kids under 12 eat free on no... read more

What do Cracker Jacks, History & Shopping have in common? It's Spring & there are plenty of things to do in Augusta. 1. Augusta Green Jackets Minor League Baseball Team In Augusta, GA, It’s not unusual to hear your kids say or sing “take me out to the ballgame…” It's spring, and the GreenJackets are ready to play ball! Within the ballpark, there are plenty of things to do in Augusta. American Family Insurance hosts a Saturday Family Night with national entertainment acts suitable for children/families, giveaways and a baseball game every Saturday night during the season. On Sundays, all child... read more

Secretary of Defense Caspar W. Weinberger in l986 designated each April as The Month of the Military ChildĀ. Children serve along side their active duty parent(s) and deserve the respect and admiration just as much, if not more, than their parents. They didn't choose this lifestyle, but they are among the most proud to live it. I've always admired military children. They become the man or woman of the house when their parent deploys. They get to know their parent via Skype, email and care packages. Children are sad that their parent is deployed, but they love to tell people about how proud th... read more

Shopping in Clarksville- there's something for everyone After moving from Chicago to Clarksville in 2011, I thought I had died and gone to shopping Hell. The Fort Campbell community is a wonderful place to make a military home, but a haute-couture hot spot, it is not. Coming from a shopper’s Mecca, popping by a local boutique on the way home from work to grab a fun top for a night on the town was the norm. Don’t get me wrong, I am in no way a “fashionista” or pretentious label snob, but a new statement necklace or hot red high heels, have a way of putting a little pep in your step. A few mont... read more

Bluebonnet, the State Flower of Texas Much like going to see Cherry Blossoms in Washington, D.C., Texans travel to admire the State Flower, the Bluebonnet. Bluebonnets are most commonly seen along roadsides and pastures throughout Texas.One of the things I love about living in Texas is bluebonnet season. Bluebonnets give Texas the perfect pop of cheery color in springtime.Wandering along the backroads of Texas in search of the perfect field of bluebonnets is a beloved pastime during the spring, for most. Bluebonnet Sightings Thanks to Facebook page, Texas Bluebonnet Sightings , I have been ab... read more