The boys and I took off to the theater the other day to see the newest movie from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures, The Secret Life of Pets. It was a great comedy for all-audiences, and I loved the mix of rebellious "flushed pets" versus the sweet pets. The fact that we too have a dog named "Max" really helped the boys relate to the movie as well. When the boys got home, they were just craving more of the lovable characters.
For children that are interested in science, or learning, family vacations where they are able to
have hands on experiences are the best. Not only do hands on activities keep children occupied
and happy for hours at a time, but they actively contribute to children's education through
entertainment. Active science vacations can include everything from exploring geology, learning
about wildlife, discovering the stars or harnessing wind power.
Kids love fun food and drink recipes. During the summer when I have more time to try out creative new treats with the boys, we love to come up with new mixtures to try. This time, it is a fun copycat recipe for Sonic's Ocean Water drink. Check out the recipe below and bring some fun to the table this summer.