Ben loves being outside. So much that he smuggles as many pieces of the outdoors inside. I empty his pockets (and stroller) at the front door and find rocks, leaves, and sticks. Some of the little treasures are so interesting, but I’m not about to keep a bunch of leaves. Or am I? This activity… Continue reading How you can turn your little treasure hunter into a scientist!
It’s here! Our ultimate summer bucket list for families in Toronto and the GTA. This list is for those days when you run out of ideas and need to get out of the house. We have done our best to try and include pricing and schedule here, but of course, all information is subject to change,… Continue reading The ultimate Summer Bucket List for families in Toronto – 2017 edition
I’ve been struggling with naps this month. Okay, if I’m being completely honest, I’ve been struggling with naps this year. Why? Because my toddler refuses to nap. Toddler naps are so important. Especially when you’re a stay-at-home parent with a partner who travels through the week. Naps are like the mandatory lunch break you get… Continue reading My toddler refuses to nap (but I won’t take it lying down)
My journey with babywearing started before my son was even born. A friend of mine was visiting the city with her toddler, and when we met up for an afternoon, all she had with her was a woven wrap and her backpack. She told me she hadn’t even brought a stroller with her on her… Continue reading Beginner’s guide to Babywearing: Ring Slings
What do you do with a Toddler on a rainy day? What will possibly entertain your stir-crazy toddler, with little to no prep? Open up that medicine cabinet and grab some Q-Tips! This week, explore pointillism with your Little Picasso by painting with Q-Tips! Feeling Inspired I know it sounds weird– painting with Q-Tips — especially… Continue reading Painting with Q-Tips
Guys, I have a confession to make: I have never called myself a “stay-at-home mom.”
Now that food allergies are a daily part of our lives, we have some extra considerations we have to make on a regular basis. I thought I would compile a list of some of the things we do that help us get through our day.
We all know that there is no reasoning with a hangry toddler. Work smarker, not harder at taming the tantrum. How and with what? Toddler Art Activities can do wonders! Let the powers of oil and water play along with Eric Carle’s The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Feeling Inspired My Little Picasso loves books. He loves… Continue reading The Very Hangry Toddler Craft
(without losing your sh*t)
Your relationships change after you have a baby – here’s how they changed for me.