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Editor Bios Amy Reiley

Amy Reiley is a freelance travel writer, wine critic and cookbook author. With a Masters in Gastronomy from Le Cordon Bleu, she is considered a leading expert on aphrodisiac foods and is the author of four titles on the topic including Fork Me, Spoon Me: the sensual cookbook and Romancing the Stove: the unabridged guide to aphrodisiac foods.

By Amy Reiley


Legoland Duplo Playtown is a Paradise for Preschoolers

Legoland’s Duplo Playtown will ignite imaginations and burn some energy

Keeping the preschool set, with their boundless energy and endlessly inquisitive minds entertained can be a real challenge. You may find you’re wondering what to do with your little ones… (more)

Nights of the Jack–a family-friendly Halloween event

Halloween time with toddlers usually consists of a morning trip to a pumpkin “patch.” (Which for us urban families means an empty lot loaded with overpriced pumpkins and pony rides.) But if you’re looking to break free from this tourist… (more)

Tidepooling with Toddlers – a day at the beach is an adventure to remember at California’s Fitzgerald Marine Reserve

Traveling with Toddlers

Finding travel destinations that are enticing to young children and adults can be a challenge. Sure, we all love the beach, but after a couple of days of sand and sun everyone is looking for a little… (more)

Experiencing Plimouth Plantation with Preschoolers

Travelling with Toddlers

It’s never too early to start learning about American history. And one of the best places to start is (almost) at the beginning. Plimouth Plantation in Plymouth, Massachusetts invites visitors year-round to step back in time to… (more)

Travelling with Toddlers: Doing Catalina, Hollywood’s island getaway, the preschooler way

Catalina Island is one of the most famous Southern California getaways for the Hollywood crowd. The island is small, notoriously private and a perfect escape for anyone wanting to get away from the California freeways. In fact, you can’t even… (more)

Traveling with Toddlers: The Best Kid-Friendly Breakfast in Hollywood

A meal that is sure to make your little ones smile

Hollywood, California is a mecca for everything larger-than-life. (It is home to the Oscars, after all!) So it should come as no surprise that the biggest kid-friendly breakfast buffet… (more)

Traveling with Toddlers:Essentials every parent should pack

To say that traveling with children under school age is a challenge might be the understatement of the year. However, traveling with toddlers can also be some of the most rewarding, heartwarming travel you’ll ever experience. To see the world… (more)

The Mommymoon:why Ritz-Carlton is a perfect sanctuary for expecting mothers

Babymoon… According to “What to Expect,” the go-to parenting manual of many Americans, a Babymoon is a time for expecting parents to “catch your breath and do some serious couple bonding before your bundle arrives.” To me, this sounds like… (more)

Touring the Smithsonian with the Preschool Set

Many parents reserve museum trips for older children but preschool is a perfect time to instill a love of culture in your child. (My son, now almost three years old, has been a regular visitor at the Los Angeles County… (more)

Suite Surprise: a Kimpton-style LA escape for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is an annual reminder to reconnect and respect, to show your lover their importance in your life and remember what it is that you cherish… Or is it? Valentine’s Day has become an over 16 billion dollar industry.… (more)