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  • 7 Family-Friendly Restaurants & Entertainment Options at Universal CityWalk Orlando

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    Ricardo Escobar
    24 Oct 2014 | 8:49 am
    As you would expect, Universal Orlando Resort offers plenty of options for families. Universal CityWalk alone is home to a number of different venues that are great for either an adult-only night out or an outing for the family at large. If you’re looking for family-friendly restaurants and fun at Universal CityWalk Orlando, let us give you the inside “locals” scoop! While we can’t possibly share all that CityWalk has to offer for families (you really should explore the area on your own!), we can highlight a few exciting venues and areas worth your family’s…
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  • 7 Family-Friendly Restaurants & Entertainment Options at Universal CityWalk Orlando

    Ricardo Escobar
    24 Oct 2014 | 8:49 am
    As you would expect, Universal Orlando Resort offers plenty of options for families. Universal CityWalk alone is home to a number of different venues that are great for either an adult-only night out or an outing for the family at large. If you’re looking for family-friendly restaurants and fun at Universal CityWalk Orlando, let us give you the inside “locals” scoop! While we can’t possibly share all that CityWalk has to offer for families (you really should explore the area on your own!), we can highlight a few exciting venues and areas worth your family’s…
  • Simple & Fun Día de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Calavera Craft for Kids

    Melanie Edwards
    19 Oct 2014 | 2:15 pm
    El Día de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is not a holiday that is normally celebrated in Puerto Rico, but since we have been reading the book A Kid’s Guide to Latino History [aff] and learning about various Latin American nationalities (particularly during Hispanic Heritage Month), my 8-year-old daughter came upon the section of this holiday and became curious. She especially inquired about calaveras and sugar skulls, wondering about the origins of the tradition of painting sugar skulls. As we explored calaveras and El Día de Los Muertos, we found this great resource from the Smithsonian…
  • Kids’ Halloween Snack Mix, a Spooktacular Party Snack Idea! {Recipe}

    Melanie Edwards
    17 Oct 2014 | 4:55 pm
    Halloween is such a fun holiday for kids that it’s hard not to get into the spirit along with them! I love the vibrant, bright colors associated with Halloween – it’s no longer just about orange and black – you now often catch purple and green keeping them company! Since Halloween can be so festive and spooky-fun, it’s a great time to put together a simple Halloween party for after-school. I have a fun Halloween snack mix recipe kids will love that you can serve at a Halloween party or send in for a classroom celebration. It’s really easy to make (your kids…
  • Are You the Ultimate Crock-Pot Crock-Star? Show Off Your Skills for a Chance at $5K! {Video}

    Melanie Edwards
    15 Oct 2014 | 11:01 am
    Preparing your meals with a slow cooker can be a true time-saver and in many cases, a life-saver! Once I found out I could cook an entire meal (or most of it) without even being home, my life truly changed! Even on days when I am home, knowing I can set my slow cooker early in the morning and not have to tend to my food, stirring or watching over it, means I can get other things done and not worry about dinner. If you’re also a slow cooker fan, your slow cooking joy may be rewarded with a prize of $5,000! That’s an awesome prize for simply cooking (and sharing!) your…
  • How Can Walmart Layaway Help with Major Electronics Purchases This Holiday Season?

    Melanie Edwards
    7 Oct 2014 | 12:42 pm
    It’s hard to believe the holidays will soon be upon us, but one look at the calendar and I quickly realized that unless I want to be scrambling at the last-minute, I better start planning my holiday shopping as of now! Considering December in our household means three birthdays in addition to Christmas (yes, both kids and my husband all have birthdays within three days of each other) – and we’re not keen on combining gifts – it’s definitely best if we spread out our shopping. Our sanity and financial burden will surely be better off if we don’t wait until…
 
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