You may remember laser tag fondly from childhood
outings, birthday parties or class celebrations. However, laser tag isn’t just
If you haven’t been out for a game lately,
you’re missing out. We’ve put together the top 10 reasons why laser tag is a fun, exhilarating activity for players of any age; after all, you’re never too old for laser tag.
Parents of kids with winter birthdays have to work extra hard to make these birthdays feel as special as the ones we celebrate in warmer months!
Birthday celebrations, especially in December and January, can get easily lost amid the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. Between school concerts, office parties and all the errand running and holiday hoopla — it takes some planning to make your cold-month birthdays extra special. (more…)
Laser tag is awesome!
Seriously, what’s not to like about it? It’s fun & it’s good exercise. Laser tag gets your adrenaline flowing and lets you experience the thrill of the chase, the satisfaction of implementing a successful strategy, and the joy of victory!
The holidays are upon practically upon us.
Even though it’s tempting to get lost in a pumpkin spice world and forget all about the visions of sugarplums just around the corner, there’s no time like the present to start planning your celebrations for the most wonderful time of the year.
Fall and Winter Fun: How to Host Great Playdates for Kids of All Ages
Playdates – they’re the perfect way to get through a long weekend with antsy kids, to make new friends (both for your little ones and for yourself!), and to watch your children’s social skills and confidence grow.
Video games and Netflix – it’s what all the kids enjoy these days. They love to play Xbox and to binge-watch their favorite animated series for hours at a time. Though it’s easy for us and may seem fun to them the behavior can have negative side effects that may persist into adulthood.
How much screen time is too much, and how do you break your child’s habit of sitting in front of the tube all day? Those aren’t easy questions to answer, especially if your child has been able to watch TV and to play video games freely without much parental intervention.
What can you do?