Yes, that’s a line from a Jimmy Buffett song. But, in my opinion, it’s one that holds more truth than most people realize.
Let’s be honest. Life is hard. Regardless of your situation, we all face struggles. And often the only choice you have in the midst of the struggle is how you’re going to react. Our family usually finds a way to laugh.
Join GeekMom as she discusses one of our favorite topics: Disney! We sit down with Disney Vacation Planner Kim Gerdes from Part of That World Vacations to talk about the Fast Pass. Navigating the Fast Pass system can be difficult. We cover some of the common questions and provide a few tips and tricks.
I’ll be honest. As a kid I was a scaredy cat. When it came to fight or flight my instinct was 100% flight.
Growing up, my primary exposure to anything resembling a roller coaster was the state fair that came through town every October. And most of the rides there scared me. The swings were too high. The Enterprise went upside down. The Ferris Wheel was just not happening. The craziest thing I would ride was the Tilt-O-Whirl. This made my dad sad. He wanted a roller coaster buddy and I was not it. And my younger brother wasn’t much better, or tall enough. Continue reading →
Join our Geek Family of 5 on an outing to MomoCon 2019. MomoCon is a multi-genre fan convention encompassing American and Japanese animation, gaming (video gaming, board and card gaming, Live Action role play gaming), comics and costuming, held every year in the Spring.
MomoCon was born from the hard work and dedication of a small group of committed people. Split between animation, gaming, comics and costuming, we strive to bring the very best aspects of these fandoms to our fellow fans. From parents bringing their curious “young’uns” to the most dedicated old-schoolers, everyone is welcome. Based out of Atlanta, extending Southern Hospitality is important to those at MomoCon. It is important for everyone to enjoy what MomoCon does best: having fun!
Join GeekMom as she discusses one of our favorite topics: Disney! We sit down with Disney Vacation Planner Kim Gerdes from Part of That World Vacations to talk about the top 10 questions she gets asked.
Planning a Disney vacation can be a daunting task and vacation planners can make that task much less stressful. We discuss Fast Pass, the Disney Dining Plan, the best parks for first timers and much more.
Also make sure you check our friend Kim’s company.
I fell victim to a classic blunder. No, I did not get involved in a land war in Asia. And no, I did not go in against a Sicilian when death was on the line. My classic blunder is blaming myself for my autistic son’s struggles. Let’s be honest, all parents gauge their success at parenting on how their children are doing in life; school, sports, friends. Some parents even cross the line and try to “help” their kids in areas where they are struggling. We’ve set the bar so high for what is considered success that only a small percentage can achieve it. And then we compare ourselves and our kids to that small percentage. Continue reading →
There’s a great song by Larry Groce called Junk Food Junkie. If you Google it, you’ll find that it was released in 1976 but don’t dismiss this comic gem because of its age. It’s the story of a man living two lives. By day he is the epitome of natural living: Natural fibers, organic products, vegan meals, composting, recycling, low carbon footprint. But at night, when no one is watching, his alter ego emerges. He binges on Big Macs and twinkies and drinks corn syrup sweetened caffeinated beverages while hiding in his closet. Continue reading →
Join the Geek Family of 5 on a fun family adventure to Con Nooga 2019. Con Nooga is Chattanooga, TN’s largest Multi-Fandom Convention covering everything from Anime, Comics, Authors, Artists, Music, Science Fiction, Horror, Cosplay, Costuming, Fantasy, British Media, Gaming, Paranormal and so much more! Continue reading →
Join the Geek Family for a review of the February 2019 Theraplay Sensory Box. When you have kids that are on the Autism Spectrum it can be a challenge to find appropriate toys and tools to help them master fine motor skills, regulate their emotions or just have some fun. We will help you find some new tools for your sensory toolbox.
Join our Geek Family of 5 on an outing to the Atlanta Oddities Market. The market featured vendors from near and far and offered the finest selection of the strange and unusual. We love to take our kids to interesting events that are a bit on the weird side. We believe it helps to round out their interests and helps them explore all the things the world has to offer.
The Atlanta Oddities Market was held at the Atlanta Circus School near Grant Park here in Atlanta. The vendors offered wares from the strange and macabre including serial killer collectors coins, skeleton keys, tarot card readings, and all manner preserved animals, insects and bones. The collections we saw were genuinely unique and interesting. Check out the video and enjoy!