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
This week I got an amazing opportunity to model ring slings for Oh Sew Baby , I was beyond excited when photographer, Kim Norcross, agreed to allow me to bring my camera and take some behind the scene shots! Never being part of a photo shoot before, it was fun working with other mamas and their… Continue reading Behind the Scene with Oh Sew Baby
+If you’ve been following along on my Instagram lately, you would have seen that we were expecting our 3rd. This was my 5th pregnancy in 4 years. Came as a total surprise to us which grew into tremendous excitement. We were already making the plans on how to add another member to our family. My… Continue reading We Keep Moving Forward
I had the opportunity to write a guest post on the Relationship Project a month ago. At first when they were looking for guest writers, I offered to write about post-partum struggles, my article on becoming a mom of two. When I suggested being open to writing about my relationship with my partner of 11… Continue reading Guest Post : Relationships and Addiction
I did such a fun session with my boys yesterday on a whim… I just had to write a post to share the pictures because I am beyond in love with every photo! I can’t narrow it down to a couple. Rhylin was having a typical gross baby day, spitting up, drooling and barfing all… Continue reading Bub in a Tub
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