Sometimes you set out to do a babywearing video and you forget the simple things like pulling your hair up, bribes for your wrapee, reference notes for key points to show.... and SOMETIMES you try something for the first time when your wrapee isn't feeling well, no one has had much sleep, and you just… Continue reading First Try: Rucksack Ring Finish
Okay, let's be real about this momfit thing. There are a thousand and one articles out there about how to be a healthy and fit parent. Lots of information that you will either find encouraging or quite discouraging. I'm not here to discourage though, I'm solely here to say: this is hard. Self care is… Continue reading Walking with Soul
Until I read an article about the tradition of bluebonnet pictures in Texas, I was not even remotely seeking out bluebonnets. But suddenly droves of families were posting across social media talking about the safest and 'best' place to take the family or pets for pictures; a field here, a pasture there, a side of… Continue reading BlueBonnets – It’s a Texas Thing!
WHY ARE TEXAS BUGS SO BIG? I don't even know what this is but I know I'm going to be outside forever. Seriously, we have to burn the house down now. :kiddingnotkidding:
It's true, this past weekend we were 'those people' on your airplane. In the past, as a childless couple we would often hope our flights were baby free. We found it comical the amount of times we were sat beside a table full of rambunctious kiddos in restaurants when all we wanted was a quiet night… Continue reading Baby in Flight
I've been in Texas for three years this August. My life certainly didn't begin here, but my greatest adventure has. On July 21st 2016 I became a mom. ME. I am a mom. And my little dude is a Texan. This girl from small town Ontario, who didn't even travel out of her zip code… Continue reading My Texas Son
One of the benefits of an American/Canadian marriage is two Thanksgivings. No, I am not going to lie, there is very little to complain about when faced with turkey and gravy, stuffing and potatoes, veggies and pie, twice per year. Last year we spent Canadian Thanksgiving in Maine, having our belated wedding with a small… Continue reading Thanksgiving in October
There's no shortage of movies and television shows perpetuating the myth of 'marrying for a greencard' in the United States. But what happens when you actually meet, fall in love with, and marry an American citizen? The answer is far more complicated and less glamorous than popular culture likes to portray. The reality for us is… Continue reading Welcome to the United States