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Splash Pads In and Around Austin

Spring has sprung, temperatures are in the mid-70’s to mid-80’s. Warm enough for splash pad season, don’t you think? But, we’re not quite there yet. While the Georgetown and Round Rock splash pads open in April and March respectively, all other splash pads open the beginning of May.

Anyhoooo, here’s our list.

By Birgit Sund on May 2, 2019

ArtBarnATX Summer Camps And Kids Birthday Parties - Registration Now Open


Allow your kiddos to explore their creative side this summer! 

ArtBarnATX, an open, naturally-lit creative space nestled in the hills above Lake Travis with plenty of room for any project, offers fun summer camps and a great place to celebrate your child's birthday party. Read on for details.
By Birgit Sund on April 2, 2019

Orpheus Academy of Music - Music Lessons and Music Summer Camps For Kids Of All Ages


“I would teach children music, physics, and philosophy; but most importantly music, for the patterns in music and all the arts are the keys to learning.” ― Plato

Introduce and let your child enjoy the world of music this summer! The Orpheus Academy of Music provides an enriching experience for children of all ages and abilities. Learn more about their classes and upcoming summer camps.
By Birgit Sund on March 29, 2019

How to Find the Right Summer Camp for Your Child



It’s hard to believe, but it’s already time to think about summer camps. Registration for summer camps is open and many camps are known to fill up fast.

Whether your child is a first-time camper or a summer camp-pro, here are some things to consider when looking for the right camp for your little camper.
By Birgit Sund on February 14, 2019

ArtBarnATX - A Creative Outlet For Kids In And Around Austin


As Pablo Picasso once said "Every child is an artist". Let ArtBarnATX help your children bring out the artist in them! Fun and laughter guaranteed! Find out more about ArtBarnATX' camps, Kids Night Out, ceramics, splatter paint birthday parties & more.
By Birgit Sund on January 28, 2019

Spike Frog Volleyball Spring League To Start In February

Spike Frog Volleyball
Are you looking for a fun team sport for your 2nd-9th grader? Give volleyball a try!

Spike Frog offers a positive and safe environment where skills, knowledge, self-confidence, teamwork and friendships are gained.

We've completed our first Spike Frog season in the fall and can't wait to start spring season.
By Birgit Sund on January 23, 2019

Color, Draw, Doodle, Design And Personalize Your Very Own Textiles With eatsleepdoodle [Giveaway]

eatsleepdoodle world map duvet cover
It’s easy to have fun in the Texas sun. But even Texas has some unpleasant days sometimes when you just want to stay inside and not leave the house. As parents, you want to be prepared for those days as they can be challenging.

We recently came across eatsleepdoodle, who offers a wide range of stationery and textile products that come with a set of wash-out pens so you can color, draw, doodle, design and personalize your very own textiles. Then, when you’re ready, just put them in the machine on a warm or cool wash and all the ink completely disappears, ready to be re-drawn, re-colored and re-customized.

Read for more info and how to enter for a chance to win a eatsleepdoodle world map duvet cover.
By Birgit Sund on January 22, 2019

German Christmas Traditions And How To Prepare For Christmas The German Way


Christmas is the most important and most celebrated holiday in Germany and is very much enjoyed by children and parents alike. However, the Holiday season and pretty much the entire month of December (even the last week of November) demands a lot from parents in Germany. Preparing for the festivities is very time consuming and due to extreme sugar consumption you’ll see more kids bouncing off the walls and driving their parents insane than in any other month – as the following Christmas traditions will attest.

By Birgit Sund on December 6, 2018

Spanish And French Parent-Child Music Classes With Mi Casa Es Tu Casa [Special Discount]



We are a big supporter of the idea of raising kids bilingual as well as introducing them to music at an early age. We did or are doing both. Obviously, our kids have an advantage since their Mama is a true German girl and they have been exposed to the German language since birth, but parents don't need to be able to speak a foreign language in order to raise a bilingual child.

You also don't need to be a musician to raise a musical kid, in fact, we participated in an early childhood music & movement program and learned that it is less important how well you sing than it is to model making the choice to sing.

Wouldn't be amazing if there was a program that introduces your child to both, music and a foreign language? Well, there is. Read on for more information.





By Birgit Sund on December 5, 2018

Splash Shack - Indoor Micro Water Park Designed For Kids [Review + Giveaway]


You think splash pad season is over? We’ve got good news: There’s a new indoor splash pad in town!

Read on for details and for a chance to enter free admission for a family of 4!
By Birgit Sund on December 4, 2018

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