This weekend we spent the entire time out and about enjoying some fun holiday festivities together. We’ve been really trying to make the most of the holiday season and enjoy family time as much as possible.
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We tried to come up with a few winter outings we could do while still being outside and staying safe. It was really nice having the Chevy Tahoe for longer rides and we had plenty of space. There are so many fun and festive activities available right now so here are just a few we did.
Drive In movie
One big stop we made was heading to a drive in movie at Lakeside Mall. They had 4 different movies to choose from and a couple time slots so it was easy to find one that worked. The best part is we brought a ton of blankets and some throw pillows, put down the third row and made the back super comfy so we could all sit together and watch. And of course we brought plenty of snacks!
We spent an entire day driving out in the country (also where Jesse grew up) and making a few fun stops. As a mom my favorite part about the Tahoe is the Air Ride Adaptive Suspension which one of it’s many benefits is lowering the car when parked! This made it super easy for the kids to get in and out on their own. That’s a huge win!
We stopped and got cider and donuts and the kids even tried ice skating. We even decided last minute to get a fresh Christmas tree! We were not planning on it but we haven’t had one in years and the magic of it is just amazing. Now we have to figure out where to put it haha.
It was so easy transporting the tree and driving on the dirt roads with the Tahoe. No matter where we drove it was always a smooth ride. Jack and Lily’s favorite part was their own personal screen but mostly the ability to screen share with others in the car. They kept sending us map suggestions with directions to ice cream places! And we even drove by some Christmas lights on the way home. It was such a magical family weekend getting out and enjoying the spirit of Christmas.