I guess it’s officially the start of spring break and keeping in the spirit of infusing old school traditions into the childhood of my children, I decided to show them “Clean Up Week”😂. All you 70s babies know what I mean. A lot of Spring, but VERY little break involved! With that said, the “Girl on Track” clan cleaned and organized from top to bottom. As the old folks would say, we turned over our closets and found all sorts of “hand me down” treasures😂. Noelle, the youngest, is just about set for the entire summer. I love shopping our own closets, but that’s another post.
So all that work earned a yummy, sweet treat! Brusters http://brusters.com/ in Dacula, GA was our destination for a dirt and Dracula sundae and the BEST sherbet I’ve ever had hands down. These tender moments without a schedule, no place to rush off to and no deadlines are the most precious times of our lives.
Brusters chains of ice cream parlor serve up creamy goodness across America. Some stores offer tours and to learn how Bruster’s Ice Cream got started and help make a batch of their delicious home-made ice cream.
Mom’s looking for a birthday spin, Brusters offers birthday parties and catering to make your little one (and big guests) feel special. Contact a local store for details.
Now of course with two sugar-filled children, it is imperative to run, jump, hop and play off some of the sugar. We headed to Rabbit Hill Park, which offers two amazing playgrounds, at least four baseball, fields, batting cages, pond and the list goes on. Gwinnett county is know for its parks, with each park being more amazing than the other!
With the rich diversity and abundance of children, the girls quickly made a shore of new pals.
We spent hours at this park (where I wrote at least three blog posts)!
Spring Break Day 2: Brusters and Rabbit Hill Park