Meet Alexis

Hello, I am a wife and a stay-at-home mom to daughters Clara (age 4) and Mae (Age 2). I was born and raised in Nebraska and moved to DC about 12 years ago. I transitioned into full time Momma mode when my first daughter was born. To maintain my sanity, I quickly found that we needed to have a schedule filled with lots of activities to keep my extremely active toddler busy and happy! In 4 quick years, we have participated in many mommy & me classes, visited numerous playgrounds, & have checked out lots of the kid happenings in the area. So, I decided to start blogging about the activities and places I go with my girls to work towards creating an organized resource for parents to read my reviews and other helpful information that isn’t always easy to find elsewhere. I hope to help other busy parents with finding fun things to do with their children. I also think that it will be nice for my girls to go back and read about our adventures when they are older; kind of like a digital scrapbook for them.

It’s pretty awesome to be a kid in DC. I can’t imagine us ever running out of things to do. We love puppet shows, open gyms, story times, playgrounds, concerts, libraries, classes, festivals, museums, plays, farmers markets & really anything that gets us out of the house and making memories. It is really fulfilling and energizing for me to see the excitement on my girls faces when they see or do or learn something new. Their happiness is my happiness. I also enjoy connecting with other moms I meet when we are out having fun in the community.

Thanks for stopping by. I’d love to hear from you with your favorite place or activity you do with your tots, so I can check it out too!

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Me & the girls

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Clara – Age 3

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Mae – Age 1

“Life is about creating and living experiences that are worth sharing” – Steve Jobs

P.S. The gorgeous photos on this page were taken by my friend Dana at Dana Rose Lee Photography.

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