Author: Katy Mann

Toys of the Year Gift Guide | Toy and Game Week

There’s a pretty cool event that takes place every year in Chicago. Chicago Toy and Game Week is a VERY big deal for anyone who loves toys, and especially for those who have created or invented toys or games. In addition to being an amazing expo that’s super hands-on, there’s an awards show! The Tagies take place on the Friday before the show opens to the public and it’s a pretty amazing event. Think of the Tagies as sort of like the Emmy’s of the toy industry. This year, I’ll be at the Tagies so that I can share...

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5 Reasons Indy Families Should Go to the Chicago Toy and Game Fair

Make it a day trip or stay overnight, either way, you have got to check out the Chicago Toy and Game Fair this year. It’s held November 18th and 19th in Chicago at Navy Pier and it’s unforgettable! ChiTAG is open to the public and has been showcasing the hottest toys and the introducing the best up and coming toys for the past 15 years. The Most Playful Day You’ll Ever Have with Your Kids This will be my third time attending the Chicago Toy and Game Fair in Chicago and I cannot wait! I love it, my husband...

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Christmas and the Holidays in Indy

It really is the most wonderful time of year, Christmas in Indianapolis is a pretty special thing. Indy knows how to do the holidays right and we’re here to show you everything that you can’t and shouldn’t miss out on. Here are our favorite things to do in Indy with Kids during the holidays! Holiday Family Classics Where to see a Nutcracker Performance in Indianapolis Where to Find Santa Claus in Indy Breakfast with Santa and Other Meals Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol at the IRT Cut your own Christmas Tree Watch Candy Canes being made at Martinsville Candy...

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Dream Dinners | Thinking Outside of the Box

I’m just like you, I’m sure. All of my friends started subscribing to those meal services that leave a box on your door every week. They all had these promotional codes that let me try it for free. And I loved it. It was fun and something new. But it was a lot of work and didn’t solve my problem of being too tired to make dinner for my family. When I heard about Dream Dinners, I was excited to try it out. Now I’m a solid monthly guest in their kitchen. There’s nothing wrong with the box program....

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