Posted by Krishann Briscoe
“When you believe in a thing, believe in it all the way, implicitly and unquestionable.“
~ Walt Disney
Yesterday I was looking at Disney merchandise online and came across a plaque. On it was the above mentioned quote by Walt Disney. I didn’t think much about it and continued going about my day. But this morning, as I finished packing to attend my very first blog conference Walt Disney’s words came back to my mind. I thought about my husband and how, despite traveling with me while my mother takes care of our furry baby, this would be the first time that he acted as the primary caretaker for our daughters for an extended period of time.
Posted by Michelle Horton
I recently tweeted: “If the contents in your handbag are telling of your personality, I must be schizophrenic,” and I meant every character.
At any given time I typically carry little boy underwear, plastic bags (for aforementioned underwear), children’s skinny jeans, little toys, broken crayons, bags of food, socks, mittens, water bottles, and maybe some lipstick for good measure. Emptying out my handbag is like a serious Spring Cleaning undertaking — I’m pulling out USB cords and loose batteries and tiny LEGO pieces that seem to multiply.
But this is probably my most epic handbag find ever:
Posted by Selena Burgess
I know I do. Oh, to be a baby and to have the luxury of falling asleep anywhere. At least she has her older brother to hold her up!
This was taken whilst grocery shopping after a very long night of teething and not wanting to go to bed before the sun went down. Someone has spring fever and they have it bad. Someone’s mother needs to sew some black-out material as a liner to their bedroom curtains…
Posted by Selena Burgess
This may be Abby’s second spring around the moon – but it is clearly the best one she has had yet. Girl can walk and run and do all of the big girl things. More or less.
Click through for a typical day in the life of my 21 month old baby slash toddler girl as she wreaks havoc and discovers all of the wonders of spring. (Now that she can control where her feet go.)
Posted by Mary McBride
I’ve got a couple of trips coming up that will find me traveling alone with both of my girls. In order to simplify things, I’m hoping to pack everything for the three of us into one suitcase, with only the diaper bag and Zinashi’s carry on to manage on the plane itself. The toughest thing for me is that there is a fifty pound weight limit for the checked bag. There are so many little things that end up taking up a lot of the weight limit. And the main culprit? Liquids. Because each of my girls has different hair products, and I have a whole different line up of toiletries, we can end up packing a lot of liquid even for a short trip. Imagine my delight when I found out that dry washcloths with the baby wash built in exist! Not only that, but the Winnie the Pooh Daily Renewal Naturals Water Activated Baby Washcloths come in the soothing scent of lavender. When we travel, the hardest part is calming the kids to get them to sleep. Additionally, there are no parabens, which is one of my main criteria for products I use for my kids. Sign me up! I’m ready to pack!