Spend the Day with Kids in Downtown Los Angeles

Downtown Los Angeles is a place where there is always something interesting to do. From fascinating architecture to museums and food venues, visitors can enjoy a plethora of fun activities. Though in the past this part of the city was deemed unsafe,   DTLA has undergone an incredible revival in the last few years. Now the… Read More

The Ritz-Carlton Orlando Grande Lakes Executive Lounge

    During my recent stay in Orlando, I was upgraded to the Ritz-Carlton Orlando Grande Lakes Executive Lounge. Needless to say, it turned out to be the highlight of my week.   The Executive Lounge is available to guests who book club rooms, as an upgrade paid for with points for Marriott members or cash purchase… Read More

Our Family Friendly stay at the Westin San Francisco Airport Hotel

    Located at 1 Old Bayshore Highway, Millbrae, CA 94030, the Westin San Francisco Airport hotel is another perfect hotel to stay for families with kids who love airplanes.   Like the Aloft San Francisco, this hotel has a perfect view of the San Francisco Airport runways. Apart from proximity to SFO airport, the… Read More

Visiting L.A.? Here are the Top Spots to Stay

  As a travel blogger  and L.A. resident, I am frequently asked, “Where is the best place  to stay at in Los Angeles?” Well, the answer to this can often be hard. I say this because Los Angeles is one large area comprised of multiple cities and suburbs all waiting to be explored. So, when… Read More

How To Chose The Best Disney Cruise Line Cabin When Traveling With Autism

  Without a doubt cruising aboard a Disney ship is one of the best ways to travel for families with autism. Travelers can enjoy savory food, fun shore excursions and entertainment for all ages all wrapped up in a healthy dose of Disney magic. With that said, choosing a cabin to stay in can prove… Read More

Sony WH1000XM3 Noise Canceling Headphones set is our new favorite at #BestBuy

  When it comes to sensory challenges; noise definitely qualifies as one of the most significant problems facing our family. Crowded stores, malls, airports, crying babies on planes and even theme parks affect our son with autism. Noise is a huge stress factor that inadvertently leads to our son’s mood changes and meltdowns. So over… Read More

Three Iconic Memphis Music Museums to Explore for Kids with Autism

  When many people think of music in Tennessee, they instantly think of Nashville. Well, Nashville isn’t the only iconic place in Tennessee that has produced great music over the years. Memphis was and still is prominent in the music industry. In fact, many music legends like Elvis Presley and Issac Hayes started their careers in the… Read More

Must-Try Harry Potter Themed Foods and Drinks at Universal Studios Orlando

Everyone always makes a big ruckus over Harry Potter’s Butterbeer. Butterbeer is excellent, yes, but having visited Orlando’s Universal Studios, I must say that sampling the whimsical (and tasty) beverages and grub is a considerable part of any visitor’s experience.   So, during our latest visit to the theme park last month we compiled our… Read More

10 Ways Families with Autism can Celebrate July Fourth

  July 4th is one of the biggest celebration holidays here in the United States. A celebration of this magnitude means fireworks, cookouts, water activities and family fun. But for some families with autism, the loud noises and large social events can be hard. These families often struggle to find ways to celebrate July 4th,… Read More

Best Father’s Day SOLO Gifts for Star Wars Fans

  Father’s Day is quickly approaching, so do not get caught without the perfect gift. In the past dads would get their yearly supply of wallets, socks, and ties on Father’s Day. This year you can surprise your dad with unique merchandise from the new Star Wars movie Solo. In fact; here are our choices… Read More

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