First day of spring and we had some snow. How strange. The unusual warm weather we’ve been having has helped me renew my will to spend a lengthy amount of time outdoors with my little guy. I’ve been going to the park after I pick him up from day care for an hour every day. … More Here comes the sun…or snow
I went back to work and my little bear cub started daycare. The summer was magnificent, filled with days at splash pads, free sing and sign classes at the library, play dates, weekends spent outdoors all day at my in-laws upstate house, and numerous other exciting outings. I had just as much fun, if not … More A Review of Summer
One thing I love about meetup.com is their mommy groups. I’m not a very social person, but I like to be around people. At the same time, I love new experiences. The mommy groups are great cause they tell me about really cool places and events that I otherwise would never have heard of or … More Mommy Meetups
Part of deciding what you want to give your children and how you want to raise them is through reviewing what you remember and cherish from your childhood. My best childhood memories are of when we lived in upstate New York (until I was 5 years old). We had a garden in our backyard with … More Childhood Memories
One thing I know about the kind of parent I want to be and the kind of child I want to raise, is that I want to immerse him in nature and infuse him with a love of the natural world. Since he was born, I tried taking him out for walks every single day, … More Nature
This past Thursday, my husband and I took off from work and decided to go on a daycation! Its been hard for us to do anything alone as a couple since the baby was born. We’ve gone out literally, a handful of times in the past 9 months, including to the NY philharmonic, a jazz … More Do What You Love!
I’m about halfway through The Happiness Project, the June book club choice for a book club I’m in. It’s quite inspiring and motivating. I love a recurring theme in the book of how doing a little every day goes a long way – it truly keeps things from getting overwhelming. I’ve been chipping away at … More The Happiness Project