#LocalLegends: Why We’re Staying Local This Summer
May 23, 2018
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The summer is near and we’re planning a handful of things to do with the kids this year. Living in South Florida means we have access to a number of local attractions for our family to enjoy.
Why Stay Local
From the beach to our community pool, to local parks and playgrounds, we’re doing it up this summer after months of being indoors with the kids. Now that our little girl has been able to strengthen her immune system, we’re getting ready to take on the local scene. This mama needs it just as much as the kids do.
So, how do we plan to make it happen?
Well, prior to the baby, we’d take the boys to the playground a couple of times during the week. Now that the school year is almost over, we’re looking for ways to keep our kids active.
With our community pool close by, there’s no better excuse to throw in some swimming sessions with the boys. It’s a great way to cool off after the playground.
The summer is also known to be wet/hurricane season in South Florida. To avoid it raining on our parade, we plan to check out a local indoor playground that just opened in our town. We’ve shown the boys some pictures and they’re excited to stop by.
Dressed For The Occasion
No matter the occasion, our boys are always dressed to impress. With help from brands we love, like Gymboree, there’s no way we can go wrong.
Former B2B editor and marketing manager turned Family & Lifestyle blogger. Fatima is passionate about life and being social.
When she isn't running around with her husband, three kids, and two pups, Fatima helps other bloggers and local businesses with their online marketing strategy.
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