baby, babywearing, review

Review: Soul AnoonA

There's been a lot of buzz in my community about infant to toddler carriers. Soul's solution to this need, the AnoonA has made a timely appearance in the market place. As a mother of just one, I doubted the benefit of an infant to toddler carrier for my already 10 month old but what I found during my week with AnoonA is that this particular carrier offers such versatility that even at this age, there is lots of room to grow and that the AnoonA could grow with us!

babywearing, review

Dreamland Soft Soul

I'm so in love with the Dreamland print that Soul and Smartbottoms have created. In addition to the Day Bag, which I will talk more about soon (spoiler: I LOVE it), we also got a pair of  Soft Souls. Let me tell you, 'SOFT' is an understatement. These little shoes are so soft they are… Continue reading Dreamland Soft Soul

art, crafty

Creative Collective

  For the past 6 months  I have participated in 3 crafty swap exchanges with babywearing parents in my area. Every three months we are assigned a new 'secret partner' who we internet stalk, spend some time to make them something we think they will like, wrap it up, get together either close or from… Continue reading Creative Collective

baby, parenting, personal

He’s only a baby for a short while.

There's a poem, or life lesson, or "inspirational" thingy floating around the internet about cherishing the moments with your children because you never know when it might be 'the last'. It's super depressing to read through and I'm pretty sure it's just designed to make hormonal mommas cry BUT it got me to thinking about my own moments that have ended.

aging, baby, babywearing, life, parenting, personal, photography

The Freelance Work-From-Home Mom

Finding balance, juggling a new life, trying to find my way; these are all ways I could describe what really is just 'trying to find what works'. I often tell people I am hodge-podging together an income but in reality it feels a little more like throwing spaghetti at the wall and waiting to see what sticks.