Baby's Day Out

Make your outings with Baby fun and easy with these inspired ideas. From a short trip to the coffee shop to a stroll around the block, each small excursion offers a world of possibilities.

A Day in the Life in London with Two Little Ones

We’ve spend the last three months living in central London while my husband did a semester abroad here as part of his MBA program.

Previously, we’ve always lived in the suburbs, so this is a different kind of life for us right now. We’ve traded in the car for a pretty serious stroller and our four bedroom home for a tiny two-bedroom flat. Instead of driving to the grocery store, we walk. And around every corner is a public park or free museum. It’s definitely been a fun change for a few months.

Here’s what one of our weekdays looked like last week:

7:30 a.m.

Celebrating Our Anniversary with Baby in Tow

December always feels extra-special to me because not only does the magic of the holiday season surround us, but the month also marks another magical occasion for our little family–

Our wedding anniversary!

How We're Enjoying New Holiday Events with Baby

The holidays are wonderful, simply because of the endless magical and festive events going on in nearly every city. From tree lightings to local winter wonderlands, we love taking our little guy to as many events as we can. He loves taking in the sights, sounds, and experiences at every stop, and we love watching every step of the way.

The Perfect Collection for Your Little Minnie Mouse

While I was writing my previous blog about my niece’s Minnie Mouse themed first birthday party, I spent a lot of time researching Minnie Mouse options for all of you in case you wanted to do something similar.

During my research, I happened upon a beautiful new collection called the Minnie Mouse Coral Flowers Gear Collection. And I’ll tell you what: If I had a baby girl, this is DEFINITELY what I would want for her! Check it out!

Our Thanksgiving Tradition

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I love, love, love the holidays. Growing up, we always cooked a huge meal on Thanksgiving and ate lunch around 2 p.m. Then we would all sit around and talk about how full we were, and how we couldn’t possibly eat any more food. Then a few hours later, we were all making a plate full of seconds. Haha.

My Nana, my grandmother on my mom’s side, made up a family tradition many Thanksgivings ago. When she came up with it I thought, “What a great idea!” Read on to find out what it is:

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