All I have to say is Wow! When I started this blog last year I felt lost, I felt like a part of me was missing. I woke up everyday overwhelmed by my role as a now new mom of two! My new babe was a difficult babe and my toddler wasn’t adjusting to our… Continue reading 1 year Blogiversary// Guide to Shopping Local
First off if you haven’t heard of With Love by Ash, you need to run over there and check them out. I’m excited to have these guys as my first Small Shop Sunday post for 2018!! I first fell in love with them at a market when I saw their maxaloons. I had seen them… Continue reading With Love by Ash
Spring is in the air and so is the season of babies!!! I love that spring, when growing up on a farm, means new life. I am thrilled to have my best friend pregnant with her first and to now have her along for this crazy ride called motherhood. I am especially excited that she… Continue reading Local Baby Gift Ideas
First of all, how is my baby even ONE years old. Talking to most other parents out there, that first year is a whirl wind and goes by so quickly. I’ll admit, I’ve cried and was a little bit in denial. I talked about it a lot in the last couple of months… but when… Continue reading Winter One-derland
As most know, I love supporting local entrepreneurs! Lately I began thinking why? Why support local? Why support small? Why support Canadian made? Simply because it makes me feel good about where I purchase products and clothing we use every single day. When we buy local and/or small, we support a member of OUR community.… Continue reading Lil’ Haven Co.
Back in July my little guy no longer wanted to stay in his wrap. Our wraps were my go to on the days when Rhylin just didn’t want to, you know the ones, when they cry uncontrollably and never EVER want to be put down. My strong 23 pounder had now figured out that if he… Continue reading What to do after your Stretchy Baby Wrap
Do you remember the days of always being outside, not being scared to get dirty, being fully immersed in our imagination. Life was simple. I don’t know if growing up on a farm is what made it simple, but none the less it was the way I had always envision raising my kids. I was… Continue reading Happy Camper