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Author: Gabe Grayum
Winter is a great time to get outdoors with your family. Kids are fascinated by snow, ice, frost, and other wintery phenomena. Other benefits of going out in the winter include no dust or bugs, and the potential for uncrowded trails. Going out for a full day in winter weather can seem daunting with youngsters along.
Chamath Palihapitiya is a well know name in Silicon Valley. He runs a $2.6 billion venture capital firm in Palo Alto, California. He is a former Facebook executive and in a recent interview with CNBC, he weighed in on the role of social media in his own household.
Author: Arika Bauer
As a professional family adventure photographer in Zion National Park, I often get asked by parents what the secret is for getting great shots of kiddos in the outdoors. Being a mama of three myself, I know how fun it is to have great photos of our outdoor adventures whether it be at the park, paying in the backyard, or hiking a beautiful trail in Zion.
The greatest thing about being a younger sibling is that you get to observe the older kids try things first. You watch them ditch their training wheels, you watch them do their first real dive into the pool, you watch them push the limits with your parents. You watch, observe, mimic and learn. It carries on into the teenage years and young-adulthood, first boyfriend, first car, first "real job." In adulthood, people seem to level out in a sense.
All of this Christmas shopping has us reminiscing about the good old days and what we wanted for Christmas as kids. Looking back at some of the best selling toys and the 80s and 90s, it's no wonder we were outside all the time. Take a walk down memory lane and check out these 15 Toys Your Parents Used to Get You Outside.