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We want our kids to be happy. We want them to be safe and healthy. Sometimes, all of that can be achieved by them stopping to look at the worms after a rainy day.

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We don’t drink every day and we don’t encourage excessive drinking. We only hope that our friends will come over and join us once in a while for a happy hour or two.

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Adulting comes in different forms, from grocery shopping, folding laundry, mowing the lawn, budgeting, and also trying to remember to find time for date nights.

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Something our kids have really gotten into this year is throwing the frisbee around. This activity really highlights how kids learn through play. There have been some bumps and bonks along the way, and some tears, but both Adelaide and Marshall have grown to love this simple outdoor fun.

We’ve put together a massive list of free or cheap activities for you and your family to enjoy as we dive into the warmer months ahead.

Hosting your own wine tasting is simpler than you can ever imagine. And what’s better, you will have so much fun spending time with good friends and trying new wines. I’m already excited for our next wine tasting. What about you?

This was a phenomenal experience and I cannot wait to go back for another tasting.

Welcome to the Winey Parent. This is a little something my wife and I have crafted together, and we’re hoping we’ll be a positive outlet for any parent during the good times and the frustrating ones that tend to happen as a parent. Meghan and I are not experts. We have two kids, ages four and about-to-be six (going on sixteen). Meghan is a pre-kindergarten teacher, while I am a work-from-home writer. Meghan’s experience with children, conversations with other teachers and parents, will be a driving force in our content, including sharing the writing responsibilities for our website.

Winey Parent Wednesday...Our Mid-Week Date Night-In
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