When it comes to family-friendly ski areas, unfortunately not all are created equal. Thus, for families looking to maximize both their time and hard-earned dollars, it’s important for parents to identify which areas will be the best fit for them, their kids and their budgets. To help demystify all the options throughout Oregon, we’ve consolidated experience and expertise from the crew at Evo Portland – a local ski and snowboard shop in Portland – to give you the most accurate and up to date details. With winter fast approaching, it’s time to round up your kid’s rental skis, snow gear, and put that rocket box back on the car! Alas, without further ado, here’s a round-up of Oregon’s most family-friendly ski resorts:
Summer may be coming to a halt for some, but mosquitos don’t quite get that memo.
You see, mosquito season is at it’s highest during warmer months starting in spring through fall here, but that doesn’t mean they won’t show up during warm winter days as well. If you live in the everglades, well, I feel for you!
Busy routines for families are so hectic to handle some days that you wished you had a magic wand that could “bippity boppity boo” everything done at the flick of the wrist.
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I’ve always been interested in natural treatments since my early 20s. Back then, I had numerous complications that required antibiotics, then the antibiotics caused a side effect that needed another medication, and it was like a never-ending cycle of pharmaceuticals. That’s what made me start researching how to treat ailments naturally with homeopathic medicine. I knew they worked after they alleviated my complications, and that I would continue to use homeopathic medicine on myself and any future children I would come to have.
But what is homeopathic medicine?
Winter weather calls for new and fun activities since we can’t always get outside when we want to like in the summertime. And we haven’t exactly gotten any snow this year, besides the 1/2 an inch on Christmas Eve that quickly disappeared; and the rain isn’t exactly fun to play in either when you’re not covered in rain gear, so I needed something entertaining that was different and unique to her like moon dough!
I had made my daughter a rice sensory bin a while back but knew she was getting bored with it. She needed something else to keep her mind and hands stimulated, so I decided to try moon dough since she loves play dough.
What’s moon dough you ask?
It’s similar to play dough, only it’s silky in texture and doesn’t dry out like play dough, which is why I like it. (Some people call it cloud dough, cloud sand or even moon sand.)
You also only need 2 ingredients as well, which is another reason why I love it.