Why You Should Take Your Family On A Cruise

Hey friends! I’ve missed you. I took a few months off from the blog as I was working on an exciting project with Google, but I’m back!

Our family just got back from a Caribbean cruise for Spring Break and I’m here to tell you that if you’ve been thinking of going on a cruise but haven’t yet – this is your sign.

First I’ll start off by saying that I used to be that person who wouldn’t even consider a cruise. I assumed they’d be overcrowded, the food would be terrible, and the rooms would be small and not a place I’d want to be. I reluctantly booked a European one with my husband shortly after we got married for our “babymoon” and fell in love! I was wrong about everything!

I will say the cruise line matters and I would suggest getting a balcony room to give you some extra space and views. They really utilized every nook and cranny for storage space. Even with our family of 4, the one balcony room works just fine. Our favorite cruise lines are Disney, Celebrity, Princess, or Royal Caribbean. Celebrity is my top favorite for food, Royal Caribbean has the best ships for families. There are always “upgrade” restaurants on all lines but as far as the free dining options, Celebrity was the best in my opinion.

I’m going to share all the reasons why YOU should consider a cruise too:

  • A floating city is a fun thing to experience. You don’t even feel like you’re on a boat more like exploring a small city.
  • You can visit multiple destinations in one trip.
  • They are super easy to plan, all you have to do is show up!
  • Everything is very organized and cruises offer lots of options for off-shore excursions from scuba diving to swimming with dolphins, visiting beaches, walking tours, wine tastings, and more.
  • You’ll never run out of things to do on the ship. They have something for everyone from casinos to shopping, bingo, trivia, yoga, and more.
  • Cruising is very family-friendly. The ships also provide FREE childcare in their kids’ clubs! The kids LOVE spending time in the clubs and it gives parents a break to enjoy all the adult activities.
  • Many ships now have water slides, rock climbing walls, mini-golf, and sports courts. This makes for fun sail days.
  • Ships have theatres to showcase Broadway-like shows, comedians, magic shows, and more.
  • There are so many itinerary options throughout the world to choose from.
  • You meet new friends with each cruise. We still keep in touch with friends we’ve met on multiple cruises throughout the last ten years.

If you’re considering a cruise, I would research the different ships to see what best suits your travel needs and sign up for their email campaigns so you snag deals when they post them. Here’s a photo dump of our recent cruising adventure!

My kids already can’t wait for our next cruise. We are thinking of Europe next summer! Want to join us?

2020 Holiday Gift Guide – Kid’s Edition

It’s that time of year friends! If you’re like me you always scramble to come up with gifts for friends and family they will actually love! Kids are the easiest to shop for, in my opinion, they love virtually anything wrapped with a bow. This year you’ll see more focus on supporting small businesses due to the pandemic. Small businesses make up our communities and are always there for us supporting sports leagues, charities, festivals, and the like – so I’m going to show up for them this year and I hope you’ll consider supporting them as well.

Now, this doesn’t mean I won’t shop Amazon and other major retailers too, but just want to give extra love to those small businesses. If you do shop on Amazon, try to support the small business vendors on there.

I’ll start with some local Chicago shops and virtual small businesses I love. Then I’ll share some other fun finds!

Building Blocks Chicago is one of our favorite local stores. Building Blocks Toy Store offers a great selection of well-curated toys, books, and products for kids and adults to bring play into their lives. They take pride in their play expertise and their joy in serving their customers to the highest satisfaction. They also gift wrap if you’d like and offer curbside pick up. We’ve been shopping here for years and they are the best. Some our favorites are:

Let’s move on to another favorite shop of mine. This one is virtual and ships anywhere! Fashion X Faith. Fashion X Faith started with a mission to inspire kids to express their faith and share a message of love and hope through what they wear. They have some amazing deals AND are giving back this season. Check out their website to see more. Below are some of my fave!

Looking for something homemade? I love Maddie & Me. Kelley, the creator, started her business in 2015 and creates handmade bow ties, girls’ bows, and facemasks. Check out her site for all these cute custom made items.

Next up, if you love subscription boxes for the kids, Green Explorers Club is AH-MAZING! Green Explorers Club teaches kids the tools of sustainability while building a healthy curiosity for life sciences and the environment. They explore sustainability through hands-on experiments and activities that demonstrate the importance of taking care of our planet.

Last up for some local love:

Kido Chicago South Loop. Ships and offers curbside pick up too! Here are some finds:

Timeless Toys Only for Chicagoans. Located in Lincoln Park area. Ships locally and has curbside pick up. Here are some finds:

The Red Balloon Chicago Located in Roscoe Village / Lakeview area. Such a darling boutique with the cutest offerings. Chicago’s go-to source for a wide selection of high-quality, specialty children’s clothing, books, toys, and gifts. How cute are these outfits?

On to some favorite picks for older kiddos. Here are some great gift ideas from Target and Amazon. Scroll and click on the pictures for the link.

Here’s to a seamless holiday shopping season! My next guide is for the women in your life (or for yourself). See you on the next post!

*(Any link shared below might be commissionable and paid out by that company at no extra charge to you).

All You Need To Know About Boyne Mountain Resort

Recently our family wanted to get back into skiing and was looking for a family-friendly ski resort near Chicago. Its been about 20 years since my husband and I skied and we have two young boys who’ve never skied before. When I started my research and asked around our friend circles, one resort continued to come up as the best – Boyne Mountain Resort.

Boyne Mountain is just under 6 hours away from Chicago, it’s located in northern Michigan and it’s a very easy drive. What sold us was all the activities available for the whole family, but before we go into the fun let’s talk about lodging.

The resort itself has a wide variety of options from condos to villas to cabins, but we decided to check out VRBO to see if we could get a bigger space to fit in our budget. We found a lodge on-site that could accommodate our entire party. We traveled with family friends and there were nine of us total. The lodges on-site were nice and spacious, we could have fit another family in there if needed. Check your options before you book.

As far as the activities go, you need more than a weekend. There is so much to do!

The resort was much larger than I anticipated with 60 runs to chose from at all different levels for skiing. I liked this because you didn’t get bored going down the same runs over and over again. They also had quite a bit of beginner level runs for us to get reacquainted with skiing. The staff was very helpful and the system to check-in and pick up your equipment was like a well-oiled machine. They are very organized, which I appreciated with kids. Parents, you know what I mean! We were in and out in 15 minutes. We rented skis, poles, and helmets.

TIP: Buy your lift tickets before you go! Saves you from waiting in line and you get a discount buying online. You can choose a full-day or half-day. Looking back, I think half-day would have been enough. Prices vary during non-peak/peak days.

Once we had our gear, we dropped the kids off at ski school at 8:30 am. When booking ski school, you can choose by age level and/or experience level. You can also choose half-day or full-day. Full-day was from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm and lunch was included. The boys had a blast and the instructors were very hands-on. The lift ticket was included and could be used after ski school on the beginner runs if you felt they are ready.

In the morning, the resort was not too busy. I didn’t feel crowded on the runs and we never had to wait for lift rides for longer than a few minutes. The crowds started coming in after lunchtime. At that point, I was ready to call it a day.

Speaking of lunchtime, there were several meal options to choose from. One day we ate at Forty Acres Tavern which was worth the wait. The food and service were excellent. The second day we took advantage of a taco truck parked next to the slopes – and again delicious! The quality of the food was another present surprise. There were several other dining options around the resort to choose from. If you want to head off property for meals, I highly recommend Red Mesa Grill. It’s only five miles from the resort and was amazing. We will definitely go there next time too.

One of my favorite things about the resort was the live band entertainment that you could hear even at the top of the mountain. Sitting at the tables outdoors with a beverage listening to the band was my definition of fun. Maybe I’m more of an Aprés skier? Either way, it was a blast!

Other activities we took advantage of were going to Avalanche Bay Indoor Water Park. The kids had loved it and there was a great variety of rides for all ages. We also took the kids to the arcade which was conveniently located next to the water park.

Other activities available at the resort were tubing, cross country skiing, Fat Tire Biking, Groomer Rides, Horseback Riding, Ice Skating, Sno-Go Bikes, Ziplining, and Snowshoeing.

Now you know why I said you need more than a weekend. The fun was endless! If you are thinking about a Midwest winter getaway, I highly recommend Boyne Mountain Resort. We are already planning for next year.

Finding The Magic At Bixbee

Chicago families rejoice! There’s a new pop-up in town and it’s totally worth the visit. Conveniently located in Lincoln Park right off North Avenue just east of Sheffield. The Bixbee Imagination Station offers about an hour of fun installations and interactive stations for kids. There are five rooms to roam through all with different themes.

You start out walking through the jungle to get to the jungle-themed room.

Then head into the unicorn room and experience the magic of light installations, hula hoops, a unicorn and a sensory wall you could spend an hour playing with by itself.

Next up is a secret garden filled with beautiful flowers and butterflies. It’s a mystical room that will make your little ones smile.

Next, you’ll travel into space to see cool orbit light features and cosmic food.

You’ll finish out under the sea and get lost in a giant octopus that takes up a fourth of the room. You can crawl into the mouth of a shark – YIKES – and even claim your spot as the king (or queen!) of the sea.

If you’re in the Chicago area, I highly recommend this fun exhibit – but hurry as it ends at the end of September. You buy your ticket in advance and choose a time slot. This is great because it keeps the rooms less busy for more fun. I took my 5-year-old and he loved it. I think any age will find it fun for the imagination, however, I think 10 and under will enjoy it most.

There’s street parking on several streets nearby and also a parking garage on Sheffield right after you cross North Ave.

Per the website:
Bixbee Imagination Station is an experiential pop-up bound only by the limits of your imagination.

Inspired by a child’s innate ability to transform their reality into a fantasy world powered by nothing more than their own creativity, Imagination Station is equal parts funtastical playground and imagination jump starter!

Come discover a world every kid (and kid-at-heart) wished truly existed. Enter an un-charted playground where you can ride with a polka-dotted elephant and spot cheeky, technicolor monkeys. Ignite a brilliant light show with just the beat of a drum. Ride a mythical unicorn blazing across a disco rainbow sky. See human connectivity come to life like an electric spirograph. Share secrets with your bestie via flower blossoms. Explore outer space with a surfing, taco loving dinosaur, and take a selfie inside a ferociously, friendly shark!

Bixbee Imagination Station is so much more than just a great photo op, or fantasy play date. It’s a safari into the imagination.

Bixbee Imagination Station: Come Curious – Leave Inspired

Imagination Station is in Chicago for a limited time only. Don’t miss out and reserve your tickets today!

Learn more about Imagination Station here. Use code: FACEBOOK30 as a discount code.

* Mon to Thur, Sat & Sun (10am – 5pm), Fri (10am – 7pm) 
* Tickets: Adult $23, Kid (3-11 years old) $15, Children 2 and under are FREE
* For groups of 11 or more, birthday parties, or special events, please email ChiStation@bixbee.com’

*Sensory-friendly experience offered on August 13th and September 10th from 10am-12pm – Enjoy the Imagination Station with lowered lighting, sounds, and effects

If You’re Wondering What To Do In Chicago – Wnder No More

No, I didn’t make a spelling error in the title I promise. I’m referring to the Wndr Museum in Chicago. This weekend my family and I headed to the West Loop to check out the Wnder Museum and it did not disappoint.

Of course, as a blogger and an Instagram junkie, this place was a dream come true. Every turn provided a one of a kind photo op. But, besides that, the space offers an hour or two of browsing through rooms of experimental art installations that are sure to bring wonder to all.

When you first enter the museum you get the opportunity to wander around and check out a few interactive installations. There’s a station where a poet will customize a poem for you, too. The kids really loved this. There’s also a wall of candy dispensers – which I don’t know if that’s a good idea or a bad idea. The kids seemed to love it though.

Before you enter the main space, there are complimentary lockers you can put your coats and items in if you don’t want to carry them through the museum. Once in the museum, you’ll be guided through each room by an employee who will share all the information about the installation.

There are a few rules, you can’t climb on or touch a lot of the art installations – so I wouldn’t recommend it for very small children (crawlers or new walkers). Or, if you take them just be sure to watch them closely. We did see a few toddlers get in trouble for throwing some of the art bulbs lying around and grabbing sections of the art. There was also a baby crawling around in some of the dark rooms – which is not safe for anyone. Comes down to common sense parenting really. This is not a play space per se, it’s an interactive museum. Mentioning this so you can determine if it’s something you want to do with your young kids.

There are about 10 spaces to walk through, all very different and cool in their own right. The last space offers a room with balloons everywhere and kids are welcomed to play in there. There are fans on the floor which keep the balloons floating upward and the kids loved it.

My favorite installations came at the end. There is an area to take cans and hold them up to wires to hear sound from the wires. If you walk around the whole structure the sounds change. Pretty cool!

Once you reach the last part of the museum you walk through the installation featuring the Yayoi Kusama Infinity Mirror Room. Yayoi Kusama is an 89-year-old Japanese contemporary artist who works primarily in sculpture and installation but is also active in painting, performance, film, fashion, poetry, fiction, and other arts. She’s spent the last four decades voluntarily living in a psychiatric hospital due to mental illness. Her work is adored by millions all over the world.

You only get one minute in the Infinity Mirror Room and have to wear booties over your shoes. They are very strict and have a person manning the exhibit to protect it, but 60 seconds was enough time to capture the awe and beauty of the room and snap a few pics.

Upon leaving you pass by an interactive wall that captures you as the art piece and then you’re asked to leave a note on the exit wall. There were little snippets of advice, comments about the museum experience, and funny quotes adorning the wall as you exit the museum.

Definitely a fun winter activity and one you don’t want to miss before it leaves Chicago. Tickets are $32 due to the Yayoi Kusama Infinity Room, but well worth it. You can read more and buy your tickets here.

Here’s some moments we captured at Wnder:

My Most Asked For Recipe: White Bean Chicken Chili

In honor of Super Bowl, I thought I’d share my most requested recipes. As I explained in an earlier post, my cooking skills have come along. Now friends actually enjoy eating at my house and can’t wait to see what’s on the menu.

One of my staple recipes is White Bean Chicken Chili. It’s a quick and easy dish to make that is always a crowd favorite. My kids love it, too!


Here’s what you’ll need:

  • (2) Chicken Breasts cooked and shredded
  • (2) 15 oz cans of Great Northern Beans
  • (1) 10.5 0z can of Cream of Chicken Soup
  • (2) cups of Sweet White Corn (frozen)
  • (1) Chopped White Onion
  • (2) Cloves of chopped Garlic
  • (4) cups of Chicken Broth
  • (1/4) cup of Butter (you can use Olive Oil if you prefer – 2 tablespoons)
  • (1) teaspoon Chili Powder
  • (1/4) teaspoon Cumin
  • (1/4) teaspoon Paprika
  • Pinch Salt & Pepper

First, I like to season the chicken breasts with cumin, paprika, salt and pepper and bake them in the oven, 350 degrees for 25 minutes. While the chicken is cooking I prepare the chili.

In a dutch oven or large stock pot:

  • Melt the butter over low/medium heat.
  • Add the onions and garlic and let them soften.
  • Add sweet white corn.
  • Sprinkle a portion of the Chili Powder, Cumin, and Paprika into the mixture.
  • Stir and let cook for 1-2 minutes.
  • Add great northern beans.
  • Sprinkle remaining Chili Powder, Cumin, and Paprika into the mixture.
  • Stir and let sit for 1-2 minutes.
  • Add can of Cream of Chicken soup.
  • Stir and let sit for 1-2 minutes.
  • Add Chicken Broth. Pour in one cup at a time to find the thickness you like and adjust accordingly (You may not need it all).
  • Bring to a soft boil. Stir then let simmer on low heat for 10-15 minutes.

Once the chicken is done, shred and add to the chili. Stir and let simmer for another 5 minutes. Add additional spice mix to your taste. *Sometimes I’ll just additional chili powder to my individual bowl as I like it spicier than my kids.

Garnishes to top:

  • Lime
  • Avocado – my personal favorite!
  • Cilantro
  • Sour Cream
  • Cheese
  • Green onion

Tips: Want to save time?

  • Throw all the ingredients in a Crock Pot and set on low for 4-6 hours.
  • Use a whole cooked rotisserie chicken from your grocer. Slice, shred, and throw in the pot!


Fast Easy Yummy Brussel Sprouts (Even my kids love them!)

If you’re like me – you used to cringe at the thought of one of these little green balls. Once I tried them, the bitter after taste was enough for me to never try them again, until – a few years ago. Then it was love at second site! This little side dish quickly became my favorite while eating out and I wanted to duplicate that deliciousness at home. It took me a few times to get that restaurant style taste in my own kitchen, but I think I’ve found it. You’re in luck, too, because I’m sharing it with you!

What you’ll need:

  • A bag of brussels sprouts – I get the already packaged bags in the produce section at grocery store.
  • Olive oil
  • Balsamic Vinaigrette
  • Salt / Pepper
  • white onions (or dried minced onions – either work fine)
  • herb and garlic seasoning – mine is from Whole Foods
  • parmesan cheese – grated
  • bacon (if desired)

Empty your sprouts out of the bag, wash them and cut them all in halves. When they are cut in halves – they roast much easier and you get that crispy outer layer. YUM! If you leave them whole you usually have to cook them about 15-20 minutes longer. Which ever you prefer is fine.

Take a cookie sheet or oven friendly baking pan and spread olive oil to cover entire bottom of pan, then spread out all the sprouts. You don’t want them on top of each other – so make sure you have a large enough pan. Drizzle olive oil on top of the sprouts and then roll them around in the pan to make sure they are fully covered in a thin layer of olive oil.

Next sprinkle salt and pepper, herb and garlic seasoning, and the minced onions all over top of sprouts. You can use white onions, cut them up, and throw them in – but let’s be honest here, I need easy since I have two crazy boys begging me for food all the time. Cutting up an onion is an extra time consuming step – so I use the dry minced ones.

Turn oven on 350 degrees, once ready pop the pan in the oven for 20 minutes. After 20 minutes, pull the pan out and flip over the sprouts and sprinkle on grated parmesan cheese on top. Bake for another 10-15 minutes until desired softness.

Plate up and sprinkle a little more parmesan on top – because why not? You can add bacon to these bad boys too, if you have the time.

Serve and enjoy! My boys, who usually whine anytime I put something green in front of them, eat these right up! Here’s his plate to prove it! Mom win!









Denver Do’s and Don’ts

Just kidding, there really aren’t any don’ts when it comes to Denver. Colorado is one of our favorite family vacation destinations. We’ve been going for a handful of years every summer and now that our kids are getting a little older, we plan to squeeze in winter ski trips too!

First I’ll mention if you aren’t used to changes in altitude, I definitely recommend drinking plenty of water and taking aspirin before and during your trip. If you get really bad altitude sickness you can get a prescription drug from your doctor that works wonders, too.

Besides the majestic views, there are many other reasons to head to the mile high city. One our favorite areas to visit is Union Station. The historic landmark has been transformed in recent years and offers great restaurants, site seeing, shopping, outdoor markets, and the like. There’s even a fun fountain area where you’re sure to find kids running around playing.

Denver also has an amazing Children’s Museum with parks near by. Be sure to check their exhibit and event schedule to plan as there are some pretty awesome happenings that your children are sure to love.

Another favorite family activity is to head to the famous Red Rocks Amphitheater. Hike up to see the the best views of the city and see how they created a concert venue out of a mountain. We took our 5 and 3 year olds and they made it fine – just be sure to bring lots of water!

If you have some time, head up to Boulder. With a quaint downtown with amazing eateries, trails and picturesque views of the Rockies – it’s worth the drive. While you’re up there head a little further Northwest into the mountains and visit Estes Park.

There you can visit the Rocky Mountain National Park, and enjoy a day in a downtown where you’ll find one of a kind shops and eateries. Another great destination for kid-friendly (and dog!) trails and 360 mountain views. On your way up, make sure to stop by the Estes Park welcome sign to get a picture of the view! You won’t regret it!

If you head south of Denver, you’ll want to make your way to Colorado Springs to visit Garden of the Gods.

Again, bring lots of water as it can get pretty hot. Our kids love this park, not only for the beauty but for the trails and hiking even they can participate in. They do have guided tours available but you can navigate a lot of the park yourself as well. There’s a small museum across from the entrance of the park and the views from the balcony of Pike’s Peak are breathtaking!

If you head west of Denver into the mountains, stop by Georgetown and Golden to check out the Railroad Museum and ride the old mining train rides. The kids loved it and the history lesson was very interesting and fun.

A little further west and you’ll hit Keystone and Vail – our other favorite spots! Our friends have a place in Keystone and have graciously invited us several times to stay there and the trails, town center and activities would be enough to move there! Beautiful town and one we will continue to visit.

Vail is unique in architecture and just a beautiful quintessential mountain town. You can take the gondola up to Epic Discovery, Vail’s summer playground, and take in the sites and trails. Vail itself has lots of boutique shopping for moms and parks for the littles. We always make the trip up to Vail whenever we are in Colorado and I’m always sad to leave.

Even writing this post makes me miss the mountains. Time to start planning our next mountain getaway! What are your favorite Colorado activities?

Quick & Easy Egg Muffin Recipe

You guys – I love making these little egg muffins! There are so quick and easy and my whole family eats them up! Even my extremely picky toddler devours these, so you know they are good! I’ve posted about them a few times on social and had several requests for the recipe – so here you go!

What you’ll need to make a dozen egg muffins:

  • 7 Eggs
  • Your favorite fillings – (I always use a protein and a vegetable)
  • Olive oil
  • Muffin tin

Okay, let’s get started…..

Get a large bowl and crack 7 large eggs and whisk to blend. On a separate plate, combine your favorite fillings to add to the eggs. Today I used turkey, bacon, green onions, spinach (I used frozen) and cheese. Pro tip: To save time of preparing chicken, turkey or bacon – I head to Whole Foods before the weekend and grab a to-go box full of these meats off the salad bar! I use them for the week on my salads, too! Such a time saver!

Take your muffin fillings and pour them into the mixture of eggs and whisk all together until completely blended. I leave the cheese out to top half of muffins for my boys. They are cheese addicts. I am a recovering one – so I leave the cheese out of mine.

Once your mixture is nicely blended, take a 1/2 cup measuring cup and scoop out the mixture to pour into the tins individually. Before you pour be sure to oil up the tins with olive oil. I like to use regular oil instead of the spray. I spread it evenly with my fingers on each tin so the muffins won’t stick or fall apart. Fill each tin up 3/4 to the top.

Once the tin is filled – place in oven at 350 degrees for 25 minutes.

I always use a butter knife to poke the center at the end of 25 minutes to make sure they are done. If you pull the knife out and still see some liquid, leave them in the oven another 2-3 minutes.

Let them cool before enjoying. I also like to add a little avocado slice to the top once finished. Bon Appétit!


You can find more great recipes and product reviews from our friends at the Village Bakery, too!

This Holiday Season – All You Need Is…..Play!

In today’s world we’ve been taken over by our smartphones. I’m the first to admit – I have an addition. Plus, when you use your smartphone to run your business, it’s easy to get caught up in endless hours of social media scrolling,  Youtube videos and random articles.
But, this holiday season – I challenge you to….PLAY. Put down the phone and pick up a fun family game. Some of my favorite childhood memories involved game nights playing UNO, Skipbo, or my all time favorite – Sorry! As a mother now, I want to bring back those family nights and give my kids the gift of play and my undivided attention.
There’s one Chicagoan who I’d like to introduce you to who’s keeping the importance of PLAY and innovation alive – and her name is Mary Couzin. I met Mary a year ago and was instantly inspired by her. Not only has she been inventing games for the last 25 years, but she has made it her mission to promote Chicago as the leading toy and game inventing capitol of the world. She took her philosophy of play teaches us how to socially interact with each other and her passion for toy and game invention and founded ChiTag. Chitag is America’s largest toy and game fair and it’s celebrating its 15 year anniversary this November.

Chitag brings experienced and new toy and game inventors from around the world to share their inventions with YOU. Chitag also has an awards gala which celebrates inventors and awards TAGIEs to young and experienced inventors for their creations. The categories range from: Top Inventor of the Year to Young Inventor to even Top Marketing Teams. You can see who is up for these prestigious awards and even cast your vote for your favorite finalist here.
I met several of the local finalist this week, and my favorite in the Young Inventor of the Year category was Olivia Wasilewski and Brynna Siewers for their game, Ship of Treasures. Ship of Treasures was voted the best game from among 125 finalists in a special international challenge for young inventors. These young ladies also mentioned that 10% of the proceeds from the sales of their game were being donated to Lurie’s Children’s Hospital in honor of their friend who passed away from cancer.
Here are some other local Chicagoland toy inventors on the finalist list for a coveted TAGIE award:
Brady Peterson, for Rising Star of the Year for Groovy Blocks (Mindware)
Joyce Sprau, for Rising Star of the Year for Flower Fairies Secret Garden (Ultimate Source)
Ruth Green-Synowic, for Toy Inventor of the Year for Paint-Sation (Goliath Games)
I encourage you to check out all the inventors and we’d love for you to join us at ChiTag this year at Navy Pier, November 18 & 19th. Get your tickets here.
Bring the family and let’s celebrate play and innovation together!