Christmas Markets: Indie Handmade: today until Sunday (November 19) at The Enjoy Centre in St. Albert. Over 100 vendors specializing in adult & kid’s fashions, jewelry, home decor and more. $5 gets you in the door. Get tickets and more info here. Curated: tomorrow . . .
Boy oh boy, do I ever love this boy. Most of the walks Moses and I take together include Wyatt in his stroller, but every once in a while, it's just the two of us. I love putting on my favourite quilted parka, grabbing Mo's leash, and heading out for some fresh air . . .
Are you a tad bit territorial over your kids' names? I'll be honest: I don't want anyone having the same name as my kid. Now, I get that this is far from realistic but it comes from a good place. When we were pregnant with Wyatt, there were a few friends and acquaintances . . .
Body lotions, creams, butter: whatever title you want to use, they're far too expensive for my liking. How is something so simple (that you know is inexpensive to produce) so costly? (I feel the same way about toss cushions but that's a topic for another day.) I have . . .
I've found myself developing a bit of a bad habit: plopping Wyatt into his high chair in front of the computer or the TV to eat his snacks and meals. It seemed like the perfect solution! He could sit there, eating (and supposedly entertained) while I wash the dishes, return . . .
We'll likely be switching Wyatt to a big boy bed within the next year (despite the fact that if it was up to me, he'd be in a crib until he's 18), so I thought it would be fun to give you a peek into his room before the change-over. When we were designing the space, it . . .
Though our little guy's not yet at the age where he's heading back to school, there's still something about fall that makes me want to get organized and into a routine. As a full-time blogger and stay-at-home mom running our household, I need to stay on top of things to . . .
My birthday's on Friday! I love birthday week and I'm not ashamed to show it. Soak up that love, baby! I turn 36 on July 28, and crossing over that hump into my later 30's brings with it an odd feeling. I'm on the other half of 30! It's no secret things do actually change . . .
I love my life. I'll turn 36 later this month, and I can honestly say I'd never want to go back to my 20s or even my early 30s. I love getting older, but I'm not so much a fan of looking older. Now more than ever before, I'm focused on my personal health, the health of my . . .
Your little one's first birthday is a big one. You pull out all the stops to create a memorable party, but what about the birthdays after the first? Surely we should celebrate our sons and daughters, but to what extent? We're starting to plan Wyatt's second birthday party . . .