Top 10 Fun Things To Do This Week

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summer fun for moms and kidsWhat we love about this list is that it can be for anyone with kids. You can simply pick one activity with your kid(s)and have a blast. If you want to do more that is cool, but remember they love doing anything different and cool. Don’t be so hard on yourself just jump right in and have fun! 

Take a look at this week’s pick by our moms who are super busy just like you, but these are the times we encourage you to be mindful, and meaningful with your time and make the small things count. Often times people think you need to go to fancy place to create these experiences. However that is not the case, you can start right here from the comfort of your own home! 

The Top 10 Summer Activites

  1. Make popcicles
  2. Make Smores 
  3. Go to the library 
  4. Learn to juggle
  5. Make a popcicle birdhouse
  6. Pillow Fight 
  7. Make Oobleck 
  8. Start summer scrapbook
  9. Make a garden ( Plant seeds or get flowers already grown) 
  10. Pick flowers

Stay tuned for more fun activities you can do today, summer is here. Tell us your favorite summer activity to do with your kids and we can share it with other moms just like you! 

Remember you can just pick one, but there is no limit! 

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Diana was born and raised in North Miami, Florida, she followed her four sisters into the wonderful city of Pembroke Pines. She was a Certified Dental Assistant before obtaining her Bachelors of Science in Healthcare Administration from the University of Phoenix. She has worked in Sales and Marketing for over thirteen years, but her true passion is teaching. As an adjunct faculty member at Atlantic Technical College, Diana serves as a Dental Assisting Clinical Instructor. She loves the impact that gaining a skill can have on the lives of her students. Diana also assists her parents in running two group homes, taking care of individuals with disabilities. When she’s not busy being a superwoman, she spends her days with her wonderful husband Robin and 7-year-old son, Maverick, and 5-year-old daughter Victoria. They enjoy playing games as a family, traveling, and celebrating life. The kids especially love posting videos on their SuperHeroes and Doll Houses YouTube channel and watching other kids play (don’t they all). As parents, they strive to share their Jamaican and Guyanese heritage lessons while raising kind, loving, and compassionate children. They believe in Frederick Douglass’s philosophy, who said that “It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.”

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