Exploring Savannah Georgia Hand In Hand

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^^^The little one is definitely going to have a magnetic wall like this one in his next bedroom^^^ ^^^Savannah Cotton Exchange building^^^

^^^If you are visiting Savannah make sure to stop in at Leopold’s ice cream parlor^^^

cute toddler ice cream

^^^This is why you should wear comfortable shoes on vacation with a toddler^^^

^^^He was too tired to walk by the end of the day, so I carried him up 6 flights of stairs^^^

Dress ($25!) // Similar Sandals  // Bag

If you follow along on Instagram than you may have seen that we vacationed last week in Savannah, Georgia (more on Savannah here) and Hilton Head, South Carolina. It was a ton of fun and definitely a much needed week of 100% family time with all 3 of us and some time with my parents.

Today, I’m sharing pictures from a day we spent exploring downtown Savannah. Savannah is a city rich in history, beautiful parks, and yummy food. We indulged in all three! This particular day we kept it pretty low key, wandering through the lush parks that are every few blocks in the downtown area, popping into the the Telfair museums (if you have a toddler, I highly recommend the Jepson Center Museum. There is a huge toddler discovery section.), and grabbing some ice cream from the famous Leopold’s ice cream parlor for the third time of the trip.

For a day of wandering a city, I always try to keep my attire casual, especially now that I am a mom.  There is nothing better than worn in sandals, a colorful shift dress, and a cross body bag for exploring.  It let’s you be hand free and prepared to carry the little one if the occasion should arrive.  Lucky for me, my little one loves to walk, so we don’t have to travel with a stroller.  Instead we carry him on and off and usually at the end, which is way easier than lugging a stroller around all day.  At the end of the day is was tired and ready to be carried.  I felt like super mom carrying him up 6 flights of stairs in the parking garage.

If you are planning a trip to Savannah, feel to e-mail me for advice.

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