Tag Archives: Family Fun

Adventure Christmas Lights Drive Thru

If you haven’t visited the Christmas Lights Drive Thru at Bayside Adventure Church…YOU ARE MISSING OUT! The perfect Holiday Family Fun starts with this wonderful gift that they provide to our community. Although entrance is free you do need to get tickets here to be able to get in. It’s easy! No need to print! Tickets look like this: Volunteers will greet you making sure that you have the tickets, but also will give you instructions like turning off the lights of your car and Continue reading →

Pumpkin Palooza at Bayside Adventure

Carnival rides, Food, Trunk or Treat, Games, and a Root Beer tasting.  Fun, well organized and free!  What else could we wish for?  It’s the first time we attended to the traditional Pumpkin Palooza event at Bayside Adventure Church and we are amazed at how wonderful it was! We got there at 5:45pm and it was the perfect time! We enjoyed everything before it got too busy but stayed long enough to catch the music and the food. First we took pictures at the Halloween Continue reading →

Branco Pumpkin Patch

After a busy week at work I was looking forward to having some family time during the weekend.  We didn’t wanted to go too far but we wanted something fun for the girls. The Branco Pumpkin Patch at Fountains in Roseville seemed like the perfect place to go, as we wanted to enjoy one more thing included in our Fall Bucket List. The entrance is free but everything inside needs to be paid for. The price of the pumpkins available ranged between $3 and $20 Continue reading →

Pumpkin Spice Latte

A little while ago I shared with you my Fall Bucket List for 2017. You might remember one of the things that I wanted to do was enjoy a Pumpkin Spice Latte at Starbucks. Well, I just started checking things off my list, and this was the first one. My mom, sister, her dog Koa, my daughters, and I met at Starbucks at Roseville, CA for a Sunday brunch.  We enjoyed a delicious Pumpkin Spice Latte and a pumpkin bread. Perfect combination! We also had Continue reading →

Sacramento Zoo

Sacramento Zoo Educational Fun for Kids The Sacramento Zoo is a great place for kids to learn and appreciate animals from all over the world. It is located at the William Land Park in Sacramento, California and it’s open from 9am to 4pm. Ticket prices are: General admission: $14.95, Senior citizens 65+: $13.95, Children ages 2-11: $9.95, and Children ages 0-1: Free You might find the prices on the expensive side, but take this into consideration: 25 cents of each admission ticket supports Quarters for Continue reading →

Disneyland Park – Ultimate Toddler Friendly Picks

If you are visiting the Disneyland Park, and your toddlers are in an age range between one and three, this list is for you! The Ultimate Toddler Friendly Picks!  Grab a map, identify this attractions, rides, shows, and parades. Follow this route and ENJOY YOUR DAY! MAIN STREET City Hall: Visit the City Hall and ask for “My First Disneyland Visit” pin.  IT’S FREE! Meet the Characters: As you walk through the main street pay attention to the characters that are usually available for cute pictures! Continue reading →

Top 10 Disneyland’s Do’s & Dont’s

DO rent a stroller at the parks. The best $25 investment. They are lightweight, confortable for the kids and you will be provided with a sign to identify your stroller from the rest. DO eat a good breakfast and dinner outside the parks. It’s cheaper. That way you don’t have to break the bank with meals. Eat just the lunch inside the parks. DO allow your girls to wear princesses dresses. So Cute! But please, bring additional clothes. At certain point they will need to Continue reading →

Top 5 Places to Visit in San Francisco with Toddlers and on a Budget.

  San Francisco is such a cool destination! There is so much to see and do!  From taking the audio tour at Alcatraz to riding a cable car.  From walking or driving the Golden Gate Bridge to visiting the Madame Tussaud’s wax figure museum.  You really need at least a week to live the whole San Francisco experience. In my case, I went with my two toddlers, my mom, and my sister in a one day road trip.  Since we were in a budget, we handpicked the Continue reading →