There are a few things that can get me out of the house during winter hibernation or away from my summer Netflix and Chill; pizza, wine and maybe a manicure. If I’m desperate enough.
There are so many good places in Chicago to eat a good slice, but I can’t stand deep dish. Except, maybe when I’m hungover. Or pregnant. One of those happens more than the other. But really, I’m a thin crust kind of girl. I have narrowed it down to just three, but there are so many more options in the city. Read more at CGL Food
I am not going to lie, I haven’t been to Navy Pier in years. Actually, most Chicagoans I know haven’t gone either. There really hasn’t been much of a reason to go. But for Mother’s Day, my parents and in-laws wanted to see the Rolling Stone Exhibit, which is currently at the pier until July 30th. Read more at CGL Travel and City Adventures
Tulips on Oak Street
Happy First Day of Spring! There are number of things to do (besides of course sitting on patios and rooftops drinking the day away, sigh :/) to kickoff the warmer weather months. For the family, there are a number of activities throughout the city that are family friendly (and fun for parents too). Read more at CGL Baby: Spring Fun around the City
Check out the details from our first trip without the baby in Boston. I made it through with a few tears and lots of Facetime along the way 🙂 And of course, lots and lots of wine. We ate and drank our way through the city and discovered some amazing places. Check out some places we loved on the CGL Travels: Boston
Boston Public Library
We all need a little break sometimes, especially living in Chicago. It is nice just to escape for a day. Recently, my husband and I took a much needed staycation not far from Chicago with the baby. Check out where below. ♥