I've spent more than two decades living in and loving LA. In my 20's I explored the club scene. In my 30's the dining scene. There's so much to do, se...
I've spent more than two decades living in and loving LA. In my 20's I explored the club scene. In my 30's the dining scene. There's so much to do, see and experience here that weekends never seemed to offer enough time.
Six years ago, my career in Market Research got sidelined in the very best way - my twin daughters were born. After I wrapped my head around double diapers, double feedings and double naps, I realized that I didn't want to give up exploring and experiencing LA. I found a few like minded moms and started arranging toddler adventures.
It was the perfect way to meet new moms and kids while still getting out. We went to museums, concerts, even wine tastings, and brought our active kids everywhere we went.
Before long, I was recruited to do the same thing on a larger scale as the Events Chair for the West Los Angeles Parents of Multiples. I organized picnics, outings to shows, museums and festivals, even an annual glamping trip.
The eclectic dining scene.
I can be at the beach one day and in the snow the next day.
The variety of cultures.
Something new and different to do everyday.
Something fun for everyone.