This post is sponsored by Orville Redenbacher’s Popcorn.
As you know, my family and I took a little road trip up to Boston last weekend for the super fun US Weekly Family Movie Night! I am so happy I was able to bring my family with me and enjoy a couple of days in beautiful Boston.
The kids were amazing. Emme slept the whole way there, only waking up in the last 30 minutes.
The weather was great on the first day and we made it safe and sound to the hotel.
We quickly got ready and headed to dinner and got to walk around a little.
We headed to the event at 6pm and we love love loved the space where the event took place! It totally reminded me of Bryant Park in NYC. There were tall buildings all around, helicopters flying by, activities for the kids and of course delicious buttery and warm popcorn!
They even had the cutest stand where you were able to make your very own flip book! So cute!
One of my favorite activities they had for the kids was a huge coloring book on the grass for the kids to get creative on. My son loved it! He ran to grab markers and immediately started to color!
And as you can see in some of the pics, so did I!
As a family of four, I truly enjoyed how easy and comfortable this event was. They provided us with blankets to lay on, fun games to keep the kids entertained while we waited for the movie to start and of course popcorn! Because a movie night is not a movie night without some Orville Redenbacher's Popcorn!
It was a chilly night in Boston but that didn't stop us from enjoying an amazing movie in the park!
This was actually my first time in Boston and I can't wait to go back! It reminded me of Hoboken with a little bit of New York City vibe... there were so many people out and about enjoying the night, we loved the restaurants and the boutiques were so cute. I truly can't wait to go back already!
Sunday was a rainy chilly day so we decided to stay in and order room service for breakfast and headed home around 11... we love making memories like these with the kids. There is nothing I love more than enjoying life with my little fambam.