Hi! I’m Christine Gaudreau – Welcome to New England Momma! I encourage and motivate moms to continue to have fun outdoors with their tween/teen aged kids. Offering a variety of things to do, hands on activities and experiences, we can all learn to squeeze out a little bit more time with our children as they’re finding their own way and becoming older. Reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
On New England Momma
Do you have kids that dread the idea of getting in the car for a road trip?
Tweens and teens although are physically bigger, they still act like little kids. Right? If you have them, you know what I’m talking about!
Tweens and early teens want to still do things, it’s just usually on their terms. They want to be active. Be adventurous. Independent. Yet, still want the comfort of home.
On New England Momma, you will get ideas to get outdoors and explore with your child. Fun day trip ideas geared towards 8+ as well as activities to keep busy while camping, in the car, and hiking.
And if you have a dog, it’s fun to take them with you. We think so as we have two!
My husband Jason and I just celebrated our 20th wedding anniversary! We live in Leominster. If you’ve never heard of Leominster, it’s the birth place of Johnny Appleseed and in Central Massachusetts which is perfectly placed within New England. All the other states around us make it easy to get to when we’re out for a day of fun.
4 Seasons of fun
New England is so awesome all year round! Here is just a sample of what we enjoy all four seasons in New England!
Summer: Cooking tasty treats over a campfire, stargazing, kayaking, bike ridding or finding a hidden gem off the beaten path.
Fall: New England fairs, apple picking, halloween, hiking and of course, hockey.
Spring: The season for flowers, dare I say it, bugs and of course maple syrup! And although the temperature may fluctuate between 30 and 60 degrees at any given time, dressing in layers is key to being able to enjoy the outdoors.
Celebrate the outdoors with your family!