Mommy and Me classes can save your sanity. No joke. Staying at home means plenty of bonding time, but also some monotony. I am fortunate to live in the Atlanta area and have access to wonderful baby friendly activities near me. We’ve compiled a list of 55 Mommy & Me classes to help you survive the early years (and sometimes long days)!
Whether you have a little engineer or you’re the train addict, this list will update you on all the trains in Ga. From steam engines you can ride on through the mountains or plains to kiddie adventures in the park and mall, and from steam engines on display to life size replicas we hold dear, it’s our goal to create a COMPLETE list of trains throughout the state.
There are a plethora of great places for preschoolers in and around Atlanta, but some of those places are packed with bright lights, rowdy kids, screeching noises…it’s too much. I try to focus on my kiddos, but the only thing on my mind is getting home to a few ibuprofen and a hot bath. Here, however, are seven places the bring fun, calm, connection, and peace. Whew.
School is back in session. The big kids are learning new words, standing in the lunch line, and doodling in their notebooks in the back of the room. If you have a little one at home now, it’s time to put the focus on them! Heck, even if you ONLY have a little one, back-to-school in the city is the time of year you want to spend adventuring with your little one. The crowds are at a minimum, and there are great programs beginning in the fall. Here is a list of our favorite things to do with babies and toddler in Atlanta.
Looking for fun things to do in Atlanta with teenagers? Sometimes it can be difficult to please the whole family that have kids from toddler…