This traveling blog and adventure lifestyle with my tiny person started because of my personal wanderlust. I personally have always wanted to travel the world. Why would it be so big and beautiful if it wasn't meant to be explored? There are so many cultures and other lifestyles that we are not even exposed to... Continue Reading →
Can I just start off by saying that Tennessee is SO FREAKING BEAUTIFUL! We took our FIRST real family vacation, and it really wasn't that bad. We did A LOT of traveling from our central location in Crossville, Tenn., including driving to Nashville, Chattanooga and Gatlinburg. We saw mountains galore, including the Great Smokey Mountains,... Continue Reading →
Happy Fourth of July from the Campos family and MissGraceMC.com ! Keep an eye out soon for our Tennessee post soon! It was such a long and amazing trip, we might have to break it into two posts! Featured outfit: Headband and dog bandanas: Target, Romper: Lullababy Wear, Red Moccasins: Duke and Duchess Boutique
So what are some essentials to road tripping for almost 7 hours? Here is some small tips I've picked up from our flights and small road trips so far...
Can I just start off by saying the drive between Seattle and Portland is amazing! There is an amazing views of lakes, mountains and wildlife. It was so hard to NOT stop at every nature sign we saw, mostly because it would be hard on Grace getting in and out of the car so much.... Continue Reading →
Dear my littlest princess, I am sorry the iPad babysat you today. It's been a busy "summer" already, though really it's just began. I'm sorry I let you watch Trolls, Frozen AND Paw Patrol until the iPad lost all it's battery so that I can lay there on the couch with my eyes barely open.... Continue Reading →
Seattle was so beautiful! I wish we could have explored more outside of Seattle because Washington is so majestic looking with all the beautiful nature and mountains galore. I would love to go back and do hiking and check out waterfalls on the way. I will have to add our trip to see Mount St. Helens on the Portland post, though technically it was in Washington.
Overall, the trip was a really cool experience. I was asked and told by many people "what the heck is in Iowa" or that there is nothing but cows and corn. Well, there are a lot of cows and corn, but sometimes you just need to stop and admire the natural beauty each state has to offer. You feel so small driving along narrow and hilly country roads or standing next to the great Mississippi River. There is so much splendor in things people take for granted! So stop and smell the corn!