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8 Tips for Flying with a Special Needs Kid

It’s that time of year, time to plan for your summer family vacation. But if you have a special needs kid, it takes more effort to get through TSA an on your flight with extra equipment, medications and considerations. Here’s … Continue reading

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Hang Gliding in Orlando

Moms need adventure, too! Watch the video to see me hang glide – it was so much fun and really liberating. Wallaby Ranch has been doing this a long time, they have a perfect safety record and are a great … Continue reading

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Seattle for Free

Some of the best things in Seattle are free. Explore the waterfront, watch the ships pass through the Ballard locks, go to Pike Place Market or explore one of Seattle’s incredible parks. See my list of Free things to do … Continue reading

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Hotel Review: Four Seasons Seattle

I recently reviewed the Four Seasons Seattle for – read my review. What I want parents of special needs kids to know: The Four Seasons Seattle is definitely luxurious and in a fantastic location, but what I loved the … Continue reading

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Seattle Pike Place Market

Seattle’s Pike Place Market is an icon of the city – Read my article about it for Note about accessibility: The Market has a large street level with vendors selling anything from produce and flowers to locally-made leather goods … Continue reading

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Seattle’s Ballard Locks

The Ballard Locks in Seattle, otherwise known as the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks, is a fun, free and relaxing way to spend an afternoon. Read my article on Accessibility Note: The grounds and viewing areas for the locks are … Continue reading

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