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Father's Day gifts

Last-Minute Gift Ideas for Dad (Under $50)

I feel like Father’s Day and summer in general have snuck up on us in no time. If you’re reading this, it’s less than a week before Father’s Day and you might not have anything yet. Below is a list of some last-minute gift ideas from my favorite online retailer! With Prime, they’ll be here […]

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Traveling with a Toddler

Things You Don’t Know About Traveling with a Toddler Until You Have One

As a single woman or a young wife, travel excited me. I traveled around the country and outside our borders on different occasions. Travel meant excitement, adventure, and fun. Going on vacations with my husband was a chance to enjoy a road trip, daydream about what we wanted to do, and have a blast together. […]

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4th of July Events Round-Up {2018}

America is turning 242, and we’ve got the party schedule laid out for you!  (Events are listed in chronological order) Dolly’s Night of Many Colors June 16-August 5 Dollywood Free with day’s admission Synchronized to music each evening. Head to Timber Canyon 15 minutes prior to the fireworks for an energetic and entertaining pre-show! Guests […]

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Suntrust Park Tips

Cheering on the Braves at SunTrust Park: 5 Quick Tips for a Home Run Experience!

One of my favorite things about living in Knoxville is our close proximity to so many excellent venues. My family really enjoys exploring new locations and attending sporting events, so we were excited to check out a Braves game in the team’s new home, Suntrust Park. The new 41,000-seat venue opened for the 2017 season […]

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92 Days of Summer

92 Days of Summer

The countdown is officially on. We are fewer than three weeks away from the first day of summer. In case you didn’t know, there are exactly 92 days of summer, and I’m kindly providing you with an activity in or around Knoxville for each day.  What would summer be without ice cream? Start the season […]

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Last of the Lasts

The Last of the Lasts

This week has been chock full of ‘lasts’ for our family. The last time to pack a lunch, the last day of setting the {early} alarm, the last day of preschool for Emmy, the last day of kindergarten for Collier…but, by far, the most emotional last of the last things for us to do this […]

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