The Children’s Area at the Atascadero Library is one of our favorite places to be. It has wooden puzzles, the cutest puppet station, computer games and coloring. It’s also home to a beautiful felted sculpture called the “Radiant Reading Oak” by Atascadero artist Lauren Birkhahn.
Downtown Paso Robles’ Carnegie Library may just be one of the most picture-perfect backdrops for your kiddo adventures in the city, but it’s also a treasure trove of stories.
The public is invited to “Take a Book, Share a Book” at the Paso Robles Children’s Museum’s Little Free Library now installed at 623 13th St. in downtown Paso Robles, Calif. Designed by American company Simplay3, this Sharing Library is a modestly-sized box on a stand that reaches nearly 5 feet tall and features a clear plexiglass door so the books stored inside are clearly visible. All you do is open the little door to take a book + leave a book.
UPDATE: Since posting this review, I’ve received numerous complaints from my readers with concerns about this cup regarding safety and design:
Readers have reached out to me since our initial review about concerns with leaks, battery issues, safety concerns, and other sippy cup struggles. At the time of this original review, the main concern we had was with the light-up Wonder Cup, because it leaked on us. Since the kids hit the bottoms of the cups on the table in order to get the lights to flash, it makes the water kind of shoot upward and splash out. Read on for more details from the brand on how to get these concerns addressed.
DAY 4 in our #CentralCoastTopNineWonders series takes us along the vast coastline adjacent to Morro Rock at Morro Strand State Beach. This three-mile stretch of coast is my favorite beach. It has sand dunes, the famous snowy plover and prime sanddollar-hunting at low tide.
DAY 3 of our #CentralCoastTopNineWonders is …. iconic Morro Rock.
I’ve always been so in love with this geological staple on our coast. It makes a fantastic backdrop for photos of the kids, and can be seen far away in the distance.
Here is a guest post I contributed this summer to Paso Robles’ official tourism website, TravelPaso.com:
When most people talk about their quintessential summer, I often hear about relaxing poolside getaways. But when I think about my own perfect summer staple – it’s all about Paso’s Concerts in the Park.
On my first visit to the Morro Bay Skateboard Museum, I went in knowing basically nothing about the sport. Afterward, I left enchanted with wooden boards, skating legends, and a newfound longing to run home and google all the lingo.
Plus, the kids and I got to pose on top of the world’s second-largest skateboard!
I’m excited to announce that Two In Tow & On The Go is now featured monthly in PASO Magazine as a column!! You can now look for reviews on kid classes, parks and other adventures from us in the magazine’s print and online editions.
Last year, it was my goal to go to as many pumpkin patches as possible. I was a mom of two kids now and we were going to ROCK THIS HOLIDAY.
Instead, I got …
followed by hives,
followed by the stomach flu,
followed by SHINGLES.