It's the LAST Friday of summer! It comes with so many mixed feelings. If you know us, you know we love sweet summertime. But we're also excited for all the fun and coziness that fall brings. To everything there is a season, and for that we're always thankful!
Hiking, or "adventure walking" as we sometimes call it, is one of our favorite ways to spend time as a family. We were so happy to be included in the Guidance Guide review by Kim at @wearlovewanders of her favorite products that support time with kids in the great outdoors.
We're talking with Krystle from Queen of the Beehive (@queenofthebeehive) about slowly starting to explore again as a family! We know families are trying to find a new balance of getting out of the house while maintaining a safe distance. It was so great discussing ideas with Krystle!
Cooking with kids is a great way to spend quality time together and teach valuable life skills. Wanderwild wants to help these activities flourish in your home! We are introducing our Cooking With Kids series, sharing recipes that are fun to cook and eat together as a family. Starting off this series we hope you enjoy this sweet treat!
There are just a few items we don’t think we could summer without! When our backpacks are well packed for what’s to come, we know we’ll enjoy the day to the absolute fullest. We’re sharing our favorites to help you pack up and adventure on with your family this summer.
Summer always gives us a great excuse to replenish our playtime toy stash. It keeps the kids outside and having good old fashioned summer fun! In this season especially, while many parents are working at home and with limited summer camps available, we’re thinking extra hard on this topic - stay tuned for an exciting announcement related to all things SUMMER! We know we’ll need to create a lot of memories in our own backyards this year, so we rounded up a list of our favorites, to keep our families active, smiling and having a blast together. Remember to tag us as you #gowanderwild for your chance to be featured. Have fun!
It's a great time to explore pretend play as emergency workers and first responders. Our children are certainly hearing of the importance of these brave men and women, and they may be interested in becoming one someday! Check out a few fun items from fellow small businesses that will help you are your kids really get into these emergency helper characters.