JumpOff Jo’s 5-foot inflatable Unicorn is easy to assemble and totally looks like water is coming out of its butt. Which the kids think is hilarious.
I want to talk about my husband for a sec. There’s no special occasion, it’s not his birthday. I just thought you might like to hear the story of how we met. It was in college, at Cal Poly SLO.
This is probably the shortest blog post ever. But here are some frost pics from Paso Robles, California. Taken with an iPhone in 35 degrees.
I recently asked our readers what their fave shows are to watch with their hubbies after the kiddos go to bed. Most said they break out all the secret snacks and stream some good ‘ol Netflix. So, I decided to make a list. In no ranking order, here’s the best shows to watch with the hubs.
The story behind this playhouse is it’s one of the first things I bought when I left my job to be a stay at home mom. I bought it for something crazy like $30 from another mom on buy/sell/trade. It was supposed to be my super cute Pinterest project to work on “when I had time” while I was at home with the kids. Cue the laughter.
In the beginning, I had structured the blog on reasons to get out of the house: and that was legit. Because inside the house, baby Wyatt would cry anytime I would try to finish ANY task if I wasn’t holding him.
I’m happy to share that the fine folks behind PASO Magazine (where we have a column) have created a second publication called Colony Magazine for our neighboring city of Atascadero!
And I’m absolutely honored for our Two in Tow column to be included in its inaugural issue published July 1, 2018!
In the last couple of weeks, I had three major deadlines to meet, a dislocated shoulder on the mend and a little boy who is bolting everywhere we go lately 🤗.
And I gotta say, all this with the other general everyday chaos of raising two littles and summer activities and basically five years without sleep …. I’m def feeling “my age”.
I have next to no real experience with pet death. All the passings of my childhood pets were shielded from me in one way or another. Cats got lost and never came home. Maybe they lived happily chasing mice on a ranch somewhere (hopeful kid thoughts). Or my parents did the finding and the burying.
But with this death, it was right in front of my face.
I’m excited to announce that Two In Tow & On The Go is now featured monthly in PASO Magazine as a column!! You can now look for reviews on kid classes, parks and other adventures from us in the magazine’s print and online editions.