**Disclosure: Thank you to Visit Milwaukee for hosting our stay in this lovely city. No compensation was received for this post. All opinions are 100% my own.
Secret gems to be uncovered. Unique history. Amazing buildings with stories tucked inside. Engaging family experiences. Authentic flavor and beat of its own. We found all of this on our recent trip to Milwaukee, Wisconsin and over the next couple of weeks we will reveal these treasures to you. With our wealth of discoveries in mind, I cannot think of a better way to begin our new series on our Milwaukee visit than by reporting on one of the city's biggest mysteries: the Safe House.
**Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this book in order to conduct an accurate review. No compensation was received. All opinions are 100% my own.
"Wise and loving answers can be found within us if we just get quiet long enough to hear." ~Mama Yoga
Recently, I had the opportunity to read Mama Yoga and the Meaning of Namaste by Susanna Stratford. Over the past summer, my daughter enjoyed a local yoga class for kids. After seeing her inspired by what she learned, I was pretty interested in checking out Mama Yoga and the Meaning of Namaste.
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The Illinois Holocaust Museum in Skokie holds various interactive events throughout the year to help engage families in learning about respecting differences and being an upstander. They provide a range of activities that spread this important message to a range of ages in age-appropriate ways. This weekend's event, "More Alike Than Not" seems like a particularly fun way to spread the message.