Can you escape the room before the clock runs out? Imagine being stuck in a room with some of your closest friends as you try to solve puzzles and break out in time. This ‘How to: Escape Room’ Guide will give you the rundown on what to expect as far as escape room cost, time, and puzzle solving. Even if you’re a total escape room noob, you can score a deal, get out in time, and create fun memories with your friends or family.
It’s almost impossible to believe May 2019 is halfway over already. And soon, the whole year will be halfway over. Despite more drenching rains than we can shake a stick at, the year is flying by. Here’s a snapshot of some fun Montgomery and Berks County events for kids and families to enjoy in May 2019. Also be sure to download a copy of my May Passport to Fun so you can check off as many fun kids’ activities in the month of May as possible.
If you’ve driven by Ott’s Exotic Plants dozens of times and haven’t stopped yet, you are missing out. In the world of southeastern PA plants, this place is one of the greatest we’ve found. I’ve wanted to take my daughters to Ott’s nursery for quite some time. From the rural road, the Ott’s Greenhouse stands out vibrantly full of life. And that’s before you even step inside. Schwenksville’s roadside gem offers adventures untold for plant lovers, nature lovers, and wide-eyed children alike. Here’s a snapshot of what we found inside.
For the second year in a row, it’s going to be another rainy Mother’s Day. Luckily last year our family went to see the Lombardi Trophy. It was a great day at the Home of the Philadelphia Eagles, Lincoln Financial Field. We got our pictures taken with the Super Bowl trophy and then went out to Nifty Fifty’s for burgers and shakes. They gave me a free flower and it was pretty much a perfect day. I’m feeling a little less optimistic about Mother’s Day 2019. This year the weather looks pretty terrible—cold with a high of 52 and more rain. So, I’ve been scouring all over the web to find indoor Mother’s Day activities to enjoy on a rainy day.
Two young gymnasts couldn’t be more excited to have Urban Air Royersford finally OPEN! We marked our calendars and waited excitedly for the Urban Air Royersford Grand Opening back in March. Rolling up just before 9:30 a.m., we hoped to be within the first 200 people through the doors. Urban Air Jump Passes for the next 52 weeks were at stake!
Every mama needs a break here and there. Schedule your next girls’ night out in Berks or Montgomery County with one of these fun femme bucket list ideas. I’ve pulled together 22 ladies’ night ideas in our area and will continue to add more as they come to my attention. Enjoy your much-deserved girls’ night and make your own bucket list with some of these ideas. (Forgive the fact that most of my photos are with my little girls! Clearly I don’t get out as much as I should.)
Hot on the trail of a “McDonald’s play place near me”? You’ve come to the right place. I’m sure most Xennials (and Millennials) could agree that our childhoods were, naturally, the best. We grew up with the best Saturday morning cartoons (and after-school cartoons), jelly shoes and jelly bracelets the first time around, and of course, original video game systems like Atari and Nintendo, along with every system that rapidly spawned after them. And, and, and—who could forget the joys of the local McDonald’s play place, climbing up into the Hamburglar Jail Tower? Or going inside that weird Grimace thing, whatever it was. Didn’t that have bars too? Now I’m really starting to wonder about those original McDonald’s outdoor play places….