(psst, click the banner to get a coupon to try Natrel Baboo for free) Charlie’s about to turn 18 months old and I’m running out of baby milestones. Okay, he’s not talking very much yet, relying instead on very expressive grunting and pointing and the occasional ’up’ and ‘yeah’, but I haven’t heard him say ‘mummy’ [...]
Posted: April 29th, 2013 under airplanes, family, good things, milestones, product review, sponsored, traveling.
Tags: babies, milestones, mom central canada, natrel baboo, sponsored, Travel
Did you ever have a day where it felt like the worst of everything happened all at once? Or the best of everything happened at once? I’m exaggerating, of course, because on the worst day I had last week no one that I love died, and on the best day I had (today), I didn’t [...]
Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. I didn’t know that the absence of noise could be so deafening. The silence is ringing in my ears. They are all away. It’s not very dramatic, actually – for most of them are currently on an airplane, hurtling towards England. And the dog is at [...]
The summer is just whizzing by. Those four weeks of day camp for Oliver and Callum are almost up. The weekends have been filled with swimming pool and park visits, and riding bikes all around. I’m going to blink and then they’ll all be off to Camp England without me. I’m going to Camp NYC [...]
Posted: July 19th, 2012 under family, good things, product review, sponsored, traveling.
Tags: babies, baby, family, fisher price, fisherpricemoms, kids, life, mom central canada, product review, review, sponsored, Travel
I’ve been thinking recently that I can’t really be called a mom blogger or a mommy blogger (*cringe*) because I don’t usually write blog posts dispensing advice about child rearing. Besides the fact that I don’t actually know what the hell I am doing most of the time, I believe there are about 234,567 right [...]
On Sunday, the following occurred: A woman, after listening to the baby cry on the airplane, told me “your baby needs water”. I replied with an ever-so-slightly annoyed “actually, I just had to go to the washroom, and now I’m going to feed him, thanks.” A woman stopped me in the grocery store to ask [...]