I will never forget my first outing with baby. It had been days since I had driven (I had a C-section) and not only did it feel weird to be behind the wheel, I was driving like an old woman because I had a newborn in the back seat! Second to that, I realized I never practiced putting in or taking out the car seat until I was sitting in a parking lot, struggling to get the car seat to “click” into place. Continue reading
My partner and I joke that our 16 month old will be the child who never leaves home – EVER. Unlike my 4yo, she suffers from separation anxiety and is super attached to mama. I’m not complaining.
But I do worry about helping foster her independence and confidence. As she watches older sis, she wants to be a part of everything and of course, help, so we let her and it’s not only adorable, it’s a lesson in patience for all of us. Continue readingPin It
Of the many awesome things that have entered my life in 2013, I’m so thrilled to share with you my latest passion project – offTRACT.
Take a look around and let me know what you think! Continue reading
I have the great privilege of not only living near Lake Tahoe, I also get to work closely with the Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority as one of my (dearest) clients.
Check out this fun infographic the agency I work for designed.
Love, love Tahoe! Any factoids we missed?
I recently stumbled upon this article about what can be gained through sewing.
I picked up sewing in 2008 as I prepared for my first trip to Burning Man - never dreaming it would become one of my greatest passions.
Like most of my interests, I don’t dedicate as much time to it as I would like (between work, my girls & blogging), but it has become a hobby that defines me.
Yes, sewing can teach you dexterity and confidence as you learn a new skill. However, if you’ve ever sewn, you know the confidence you gain can just as quickly be stripped away when a damn needle breaks or you can’t get the tension right. Continue readingPin It