Britni Vigil, Toddler TravelingMom

Britni Vigil, Toddler TravelingMom

Britni grew up in a fun-loving family that went to amusement parks on the weekends and played games at night. From canyoning in Switzerland to sky-diving over the Las Vegas airfields, Britni’s best memories are from family adventures together. Those memories have inspired Britni’s love of travel and desire to find the most unique and memorable things to do in every destination she visits. She is also the mom of a toddler boy and while her travels have changed, she now just finds memorable things to do with a toddler as well instead of focusing on adult-friendly activities. Britni shares her daily adventures at home and abroad at Play.Party.Plan., a blog full of ideas to have more fun every day including family travel tips, fun activities to do at home, or even simple recipes to make and enjoy together.


Feed Your Adventurous Side on the Fantastic Galveston Race

If you’re a fan of the TV show The Amazing Race, make sure to check out the Fantastic Galveston Race next time you visit Galveston, Texas. It’s a great way to get to know Galveston Island as you race around the historical Strand area competing against other teams to be the first to complete challenges. It’s definitely one of the most unique Galveston Texas attractions.   Unique Galveston Texas Attractions: The Fantastic Galveston Race Last month I visited Galveston Island, Texas, with a couple of my girlfriends who are adventure junkies. We came across the Fantastic Galveston Race and, being avid...

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Best Hotels in Galveston TX: The San Luis Resort

With a spa, conference center, numerous on-site restaurants,, and family-friendly room options, the San Luis Resort is one of the best hotels in Galveston, TX. It’s also steps from the beach and a great location to stay during an extended visit to Galveston Island. Or consider it when you just need somewhere to stay the night before a cruise.   Great Hotels in Galveston TX: San Luis Resort When my girlfriends and I needed a getaway, we chose The San Luis Resort in Galveston, Texas, a 32-acre property made up of a beachfront hotel, a gorgeous pool area, a spa, conference center, and five...

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30 Potluck Recipes that Travel Well

Traveling to a party or to visit family and friends this holiday season? Skip the crockpot in the trunk and go with one of these potluck recipes that travel well instead. With everything from easy breakfast recipes to make ahead desserts, these dishes that travel well includes something for just about every occasion. Potluck Recipes for Dishes that Travel Well Tis the season of parties. Christmas parties, ugly sweater parties, New Year’s Eve parties, you name it. And more often than not, you’ll be asked to bring a dish to the party to share. We’ve all either heard the horror...

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Play With Your Food: 3 Kid-Friendly Restaurants in Gulf Shores, Alabama

When you travel with young kids, choosing a kid-friendly restaurant that also serves good food can be tough. These three restaurants in Gulf Shores, Alabama aren’t just kid-friendly. They were designed with kids of all ages in mind and let you literally play while you eat. With playgrounds, ropes courses, and outdoor sand pits, any of these Gulf Shores restaurants would make a great choice for families. A couple of weeks ago my husband and I took our 3-year-old son on a quick family vacation to Gulf Shores, Alabama. When we search for places to eat, we don’t just look...

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Hampton Inn & Suites Ocala: A Family-Friendly Hotel Full of Fun Surprises

Hampton Inn & Suites Ocala is a great family-friendly hotel in Ocala, Florida. Located just over an hour from typical Florida destinations like Tampa and Orlando, it’s an ideal stop on the drive in or out of the state. Its central location, free afternoon snacks, and complimentary hot breakfast make it not only a fun place for families, but an affordable one too. Hampton Inn & Suites: A Family-Friendly Hotel in Ocala, Florida I recently did a quick weekend trip to Ocala, Florida after a girls week out on Anna Maria Island. Ocala is about 1 1/2 north of Tampa and even closer...

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Perot Museum: Where Education Meets Play in Dallas, Texas

Perot Museum in Dallas, Texas was built in 2012 as a living science lesson to teach children and adults alike about science through interactive experiences. With 11 exhibit halls full of  activities and hands-on learning, Perot Museum is an educational and fun way to spend a day when visiting the Dallas area with family.   One of my favorite things about our recent relocation to Texas was getting to explore a whole new state full of surprises. Every Wednesday I take my 3-year-old on a new adventure and this past week we went to a dinosaur adventure. I spent an hour looking...

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Why I Won’t Take My Toddler to Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

Mickey’s No-So-Scary Halloween Party is a family-friendly celebration that takes place each year at the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World. With Halloween themed entertainment and trick or treating throughout the park, it’s a Halloween party not to be missed by adults and older kids. If you’re thinking about visiting with toddlers, however, read this before making your decision. A Mickey’s No-So-Scary Halloween Party Guide for Toddler Moms This past weekend I went to the Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween party at Disney’s Magic Kingdom in Orlando with a couple other traveling moms. We were all without kids. It was my first...

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Four Lessons Learned My First Time Disney Pin Trading

Disney pin trading has been taking place at Disney Parks since the Millennial Celebration in 1999. Kids and adults purchase Disney pins and trade them throughout the parks with cast members and other guests to build their own unique collections of pins. Disney pin trading for a newcomer can be a little embarrassing, confusing, and even expensive. These tips and tricks can help you avoid all of those things. I finally took the plunge into the world of Disney pin trading. I remember walking around Disney World earlier this year and thinking, well that’s kind of a fun idea for...

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Take A Step Back in Time at The Knickerbocker Hotel in NYC

The Knickerbocker Hotel is steeped in history. Built back in the 1900’s, the Knickerbocker Hotel hosted many meetings and gatherings of celebrities like Rockefeller and Fitzgerald and their friends. With comfortable rooms, modern amenities, and fantastic dining options, it’s a great place to stay when visiting New York City with your significant other or girlfriends. Take a Step Back in Time at The Knickerbocker Hotel The moment I walked in the door at The Knickerbocker Hotel , I knew it was something special, not just because it made me feel like I’d stepped onto the set of Newsies. Although I was...

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Hersheypark: A Sweet Destination for Families with Young Kids

Hersheypark is a theme park unlike any other I’ve ever been to. The park itself not only requires, but really deserves, at least two days of time so that you can fully experience everything it has to offer. And it’s the perfect park to tackle with young kids because of the park layout, plethora of kids rides and activities, and additional included attractions like Zoo America and Hershey’s Chocolate World. All in Chocolate Town USA – Hershey, Pennsylvania!   Visiting Hersheypark with Young Kids Hersheypark has a little bit of something for everyone. I visited with my mom, dad, and three-year-old...

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