Families

Helpful Life Saving Apps To Help Moms During Disasters

August 26, 2017

With our recent experience in the terrorism attack in #Barcelonastrong and Hurricane Harvey heading to our beloved Texas, we thought it would be helpful to re-run a past blog on helpful life saving apps to help Moms during disasters.  We momma bears want to cling tightly to our cubs to keep them safe. However, as the leaders of our tribe, we must keep a positive outlook on life and teach our children to see the good in our world like all those who helped each other in the brave city of Barcelona. Everyday is truly a gift! But, it never […]

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Burbio.com on Techandtravelmom Moments

April 29, 2016

We are so excited to have Burbio.com on Techandtravelmom Moments. Burbio.com is a calendar platform for local communities that was conceived by Westchester residents Julie and Dennis Roche, who have a background in both marketing and start-ups.  Being the parents of four teenagers, Julie and Dennis know how complicated scheduling can get.  Burbio can stream all of a community’s school, library, non-profit and kids’ sports information in one place.  It automatically updates when schedules change, enabling all residents to synch to a digital calendar.  Burbio’s innovative automated technology has allowed it to expand rapidly, and it has gone from just four […]

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Two Times Is a Dream at Whiteface Lodge

March 15, 2016

Our family truly feels that the perfect vacation is Two Times Is A Dream At Whiteface Lodge.  This February, we again enjoyed the luxurious accommodations and many special amenities during our son’s state ski competition at Whiteface Mountain. Send to Kindle

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Life as a #Ski Racer Mom @BerkshireEast

February 27, 2016

We thought you might enjoy our video blog: life as a ski racer mom.  We want to give a shout-out to moms of athletes the world over and say how we applaud your commitment and your composure! Who says more prayers, the mom whose child is skiing down an icy and rutted race course at at least 40 miles an hour or the one whose child is making a header in a soccer tournament or the one whose son is engaged in a wrestling match?  All sports can make a parent’s heart stand still, and you pray with every ounce of your being that […]

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Beso Del Sol, Berkshire East and Blue Apron #BesoBowl

February 7, 2016

  Three of our favorite things for Super Bowl weekend this year are Beso Del Sol, Blue Apron and Berkshire East Ski Resort in Charlemont, Massachusetts. As you know from many of our past blogs, our family just loves Super Bowl because all the festivities around the game create great opportunities for family fun and bonding. Beso Del Sol This year we kicked off Super Bowl Weekend by hosting a Beso Del Sol sampling event at our beloved ski hill, Berkshire East Ski Resort in Charlemont, Massachusetts. Over 93 friends enjoyed this wonderfully refreshing adult beverage. It is both low in calories and low […]

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Family Trip to Philadelphia: A City of Great History and Culture

April 13, 2015

  A Family Trip to Philadelphia offers an opportunity to expose your kids to some important history and culture.  While our family is lucky enough to have relatives there, we would love visiting Philadelphia anyway, for this historic city is the birthplace of our country.  With its rich history and important cultural institutions, this extraordinary city makes for a truly spectacular vacation for any family. We think you should plan on spending at least three or four days there in order to have enough time to enjoy all of the historic sites, world-renowned museums and fun sporting events.  We’ve found that […]

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Stratton Mountain Resort: Something for Everyone

February 13, 2015

Welcome to guest blogger, Janice Craig, my friend from business school. Thanks to Janice for the wonderful post on your trip to Stratton! My family traveled to Stratton Mountain over Christmas break. While holiday travel can be off-putting, with higher prices and hordes of people, we were not deterred. With few opportunities to ski this season, my husband, two teenaged sons and I looked forward to getting away. Send to Kindle

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Family Travel Emergencies

January 29, 2015

  On a recent trip, we had plenty of time to think about Family Travel Emergencies! Family travel, as we all know, presents its own set of challenges, especially in distant locations where English isn’t the native language. It is quite likely that if you travel with your family often, sooner or later you could face an emergency of some kind.  We were reminded of this not too long ago when we were confronted with a potentially dangerous situation, and we thought it would be helpful to share our experiences and those of our readers in order to help other […]

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