I could do oh-so-many posts about how to have fun with kids in Downtown Paso Robles, since this is our…
We received an iMonster Snack Keeper compliments of Nuby in exchange for our honest review. Overall, it’s a super cute addition to our snack game that looks more like a toy than a container. But, unfortunately, I tend not to use it because it’s fairly difficult to open without spills its contents all over the floor.
Last summer, my then-2-year-old participated in the Kidz Love Soccer Mommy/Daddy & Me class at Barney Schwartz Park in Paso Robles. The…
Last fall, I made a little money writing for the newspaper and did what any sane mother would do. I blew it all on a photo shoot where my daughter got to pose with a unicorn. That’s right, a unicorn. Who needs groceries, anyway?
A few weeks ago, on a rainy day, the kids and I decided to check out the Come Play indoor playground…
One of the best parts (for moms, at least) of toddler photoshoots is planning what your child is going to wear. For our unicorn photo shoot, the process actually started with buying my daughter’s Halloween costume in this totally practical 24-step online shopping approach.
Earlier this month we did a crazy, MESSY, activity — puddle jumping. It was about two hours of fun with a tantrum during cleanup. Worth it? In any case, this is a versatile outdoor activity that you can do almost anywhere during the rainy season.
Avila Valley Barn is a magical place where children are entertained by adorable farm animals and tractor rides – and there’s even homemade pie for you. But I’ll do a whole Avila Barn post later. For right now, you’ve got to get your butts over there to see the baby goats. Like, itsy bitsy teeny tiny newborn ones. And they’re reeeally adorable.
In February 2017, we ventured to the Pacific Northwest. And since my husband was on this trip, it was glorious just for the simple fact that I was no longer out numbered.
We survived the plane ride and car trips getting to where we needed to go. And by survive, I mean we didn’t go completely bonkers keeping the little children constantly occupied. But as soon as we settled in at the vacation house, it was clear that the baby had a stomach bug It’s always something right?