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Lessons from a Road Trip (with Kids)

Posted January 24th, 2013 by Robin (noteverstill) in Child, Living, Parenting, Preschoolers, Travel

We just got back from a hastily-planned long weekend with our three kids. We drove just over 1000 miles, stayed in two hotels, paid highway and bridge tolls in four states, and are still doing catch-up laundry (as if that’s a temporary situation). Our oldest child is almost seven and […]

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Spreading Holiday Kindness on the Road

Posted December 31st, 2012 by Aimee in Causes, Social Media Events, Travel

With family spread across several states, we are on the road at some point for pretty much every holiday. This Christmas we traveled to Ohio and had two of the worst road trips in the history of our family. Think sick children, terrible weather, an eight hour drive taking ten […]

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Riding Along in My GMC Terrain Denali

Posted December 18th, 2012 by Robin (noteverstill) in Around Town, Social Media Events

Since Friday I’ve been cruising around town in a sweet GMC Terrain Denali, that, like Elaine, I’m utilizing as part of the DC Moms + General Motors Random Acts of Kindness campaign. Elaine took her Chevy Cruze on a road trip, and I’m driving the Terrain around town with the goal […]

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Random Acts of Kindness and My Loaner Chevy Cruze

Posted November 26th, 2012 by Elaine in Travel

This past week, my family took to the road, along with so many other families. I was super lucky because I got to do it in a new Chevy Cruze – a car considerably better than the one I normally drive! I was also able to participate in the The […]

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Moms Heart Yoga, Shopping & Socializing at Athleta

Posted October 20th, 2012 by dianafunk in Fashion, Health, Living

Over the Columbus Day weekend, several of The DC Moms were lucky enough to be treated to a yoga class, snacks and shopping at the Tysons Corner Athleta store. And let me tell you: this treat couldn’t have come at better time, as I had just finished my 20-mile training […]

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