Social distancing with young kids definitely isn’t easy, but we are lucky to have a strong arts scene to explore in our little space.
Finding ways to explore while maintaining our social distance hasn’t been easy, but here are the best ways we’ve found so far!
Our first big trip of 2020 is London and I couldn’t be more excited! We first went as a couple almost a decade ago, and not it’s time to bring the kids to see if they also fall in love with this city. So first, a confession. As a former history student, I was especiallyContinue reading “Trip Planning: London Bucket List”
Taking a family-friendly trip to Las Vegas is surprisingly easy to do. Despite the reputation, the city is incredibly family-friendly, even for those traveling with babies and toddlers. Here’s our top picks of sights and events for young families
Myth The nap schedule is an unbreakable law. Those who dare challenge it will rue the day. No one will ever have a full day of fun again until your child is at least 7. Fact: Naps ARE important, but they don’t have to stop you from a life of adventure. I want to clearlyContinue reading “Myth-busting: Having Kids Means You are Always on a Nap Schedule”
Growing up in a small rural homogenous town in Virginia, opportunities for cultural experiences were pretty limited, although my mom did her best to get me out of town to experience everything from theater to museums, to urban life. In fact, I left my small town life largely for this exact reason–I fell deeply inContinue reading “Sneaking Culture into Our Family Outings”
I started Small Fish, Big See when it hit me that these moments with our kids are fleeting. Our family is busy, all the time, with work, and it dawned on me that as we are constantly working to create the life we want for ourselves and for our kids, they were living in theContinue reading “Meet Our Family”