When they play so sweetly together my heart swells.
If you build your emergency kit in advance, when disaster strikes, you are already prepared and know just what to do. You avoid scrambling around and the last-minute panic that often sets in during a disaster. You help keep your family safe and calm during any emergency at home or in an evacuation.
Having to leave your home in an emergency is one thing; having to do so without any previous planning is another. Add in children to that and you could have a nightmare on your hands. You’re probably already thinking about some of the “what-ifs” that could come your way, and hey, we don’t blame you! We’re right there with you, considering all the possibilities and options.
Two moms + four kids + 800 miles one way = one crazy road trip. From Texas to Kentucky, the six of us put the Chevy Traverse to the test.
Two moms + four kids + 800 miles one way = one crazy road trip. From Texas to Kentucky, the six of us put the Chevy Traverse to the test. Here's how it measured up to my standards... The Good The Traverse handles the road very well. Rain or shine, any terrain. Granted we had the all-wheel drive model, so you'd expect some nice road hugging, but honestly, I LOVED driving it in the mountains. I've driven Jeeps, Blazers, Envoys, Durangos, Aleros, and big vans in the same mountains, but when I got that Traverse to my hometown I decided it was the best car I'd ever driven in the mountains. Speed. I am
When I found out I was pregnant with our son, I started asking friends and family for recommendations for a local doctor. I only got one positive experience with a local doctor, and I'd heard several bad experiences with the same doc. It was rather depressing to say the least. Later I learned that doctors aren't the only things you need to check out!