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About Christa Landingham
Posts by Christa Landingham:
All those awesome family vacations on Facebook and Instagram… Why do OUR vacations never quite work out like what we see on social media?
A homeschool educator and marketing professional shares tips on how businesses can offer classes & services to families that homeschool.
The Hardin Center for Cultural Arts does an outstanding job with their exhibits that are geared toward interactive play. So, grab a friend, chat it up, and make the drive down 431 to Gadsden to enjoy the snow and their annual Festival of Trees!
From your Black Friday and Small Business Saturday shopping to services and activities all year long, please consider these folks first, because they believe in us so that we can continue to make parenting in Huntsville (and the surrounding areas) easier.
Looking for a road trip that your whole family can enjoy AND be there and back by dinner time? Falls Mill is a beautiful drive away and the perfect picnic spot in all seasons.
Alabama’s premiere go-karting experience is here, and we have the 411. Veloce Indoor Speedway is open and ready to race!
The highly anticipated burger joint opened recently and boasts an assortment of burgers made from grass fed beef, interesting “snacks” (think apps), and a bevy of sides and refreshments. Located in the Shops at Merchants Walk next to Whole Foods, Farm Burger Huntsville has something for everyone!
When you and the kids are frolicking at the Huntsville Botanical Gardens be sure to stop in to the Garden of Eat’N for lunch. Here’s why.
The Mary G. Hardin Center for Cultural Arts is a quaint and unexpected surprise. We jumped at the chance to return for the newest exhibit, The Art of Andy Warhol: and POP Art the Andy Warhol Studio.
Mason Dixon Bakery & Bistro is so welcoming and warm for families, and they are paying attention to tender tummies. I have to say, hands down, that this is my favorite Huntsville eatery.
We had the pleasure of visiting Solomon’s Academy recently, and really enjoyed our class. Solomon’s Academy is a classroom alternative providing Saturday classes, homeschool classes, and Summer camps. I believe this is a valuable local resource for home and public schoolers alike! Lisa Culbertson, entrepreneur of Solomon’s Academy, LLC, has more than 15 years of […]
Ice! Lights! Music! Skating!
The Skating Club of Huntsville and The Huntsville Skating School and Training Academy are teaming up for the 7th year to present a NEW holiday show – Ava’s One Wish.
Mexican food in downtown Huntsville? Yes, please! Queue TACO MAMA. Pie and casserole preparations left me unwilling to cook dinner. It was a great excuse to try the new spot.
Updated for 2017 The kids and I took a trip to the farm yesterday, and it did not disappoint. I admit, I didn’t know about 4D Farm until a few months ago. A short trip South on 565 or 231 will land you there in no time. This beautiful family farm is situated on roughly […]
“Hey, Mommy, I’m bored.” “Hey, Mommy, I’m hungry.” “Hey, Mommy, can I play a video game?” “Hey, Mommy, can we go to PUMP IT UP?” I hate to sound like a disinterested parent when I admit that I: Do not care care about Pokemon Cannot fix something else to eat for the 40th time today […]
We’re all adults here, right? So, I am going to get right down to brass tacks. I am a very whiny woman when I go a long time without a date with my husband, Adam. I think he is an awesome guy (after almost 15 years of marriage), and, sometimes I really need a break from our […]
Many of you local newbies will not remember when Huntsville’s ONLY food truck options were Taqueria El Cazadore (now offering two locations) and Happy Tummy which operated out of a small get-up behind Lowe Mill. As a Huntsville Native, I recall the novelty of these trucks and feeling like I was doing something very special […]
It has been on my heart to write about the considerations families should make in securing their financial future. I spent over twelve years of my career in the insurance industry and learned some very important things along the way. Some of this education is also a product of my 14 year marriage and 7 […]
I have a 6 year-old son, and, while I admit that I don’t do any building, I do get a little geeked out at some of his LEGO creations. So, I’m VERY excited about the upcoming Tennessee Valley LEGO Club show at the main branch of the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library. This will be one […]