Here's what you need to know or have forgotten from last year We have been participating in my daughter's Trunk or Treat day at school since we moved to the area. We have come a LONG way. The first year, I couldn't take the day off since I had taken off time to take the … Continue reading Daycare/School Trunk or Treat Tips
So you got to the airport...
Always tell TSA if you are traveling by yourself. 9 times out of 10, an agent will help you fold down your stroller or take it through. The first time I traveled by myself with C they were angels and I about cried because they were so nice. Have your milk frozen so they don't have to test it. Even if you do have liquid milk/formula, they will do a quick test. The test was usually faster than getting the stroller checked.
A neighbor flew for the first time with her young kids, and it made me realize just how unique it is that our daughter has been flying almost since birth. Our first trip from Seattle to the Midwest was when she was three weeks old for my brother's wedding. I flew home often during my maternity leave for other events, and now it is even easier with a direct flight from Charlotte. Here are a few of my favorite tips of traveling with an infant.
Before I was a parent, I never knew what to do for baby showers or kids birthdays. I still have a hard time figuring out older kids--but I have witnessed what works for babes and toddlers. One brand stands out for us is Melissa & Doug. If you have a toddler coming over, a M&D toy is a sure fire hit. Here are a few of our favorites from the brand.
I am not a food blogger. I in no way attempt to claim it. I have an inability to identify substitutes or be creative about cooking. I love baking because you need to be precise. Follow the recipe. But I'm not ever going to be able to come up with my own recipe. I found … Continue reading Breakfast at Tiffany’s
“In the end… we only regret the chances we didn’t take, the relationships we were afraid to have, and the decisions we waited too long to make.” ― Lewis Carroll