Wearing “Babies” Big and Small, Video Demos by Drea
We’ve been inspired by Drea for a while and wanted to offer up her baby wearing words and movin’ pictures of wisdom (and send a big thank you for her love). Here’s Drea demonstrating how to carry your child in a Boba Wrap (what we originally called the Boba Baby Wrap) with both a smaller […]
What I’m Excited About: Ree Drummond’s Food Network Show!
Ree Drummond is a city girl turned rockstar blogger who warms the hearts and tummies of people all over the world. Her sweet and spicy writing style has inspired me for years. I’m just one of thousands of people who are excitedly anticipating Ree’s upcoming Food Network show! The series entitled, “The Pioneer Woman” goes […]
How to Wear Your Stretchy Baby Wrap Correctly: Spread that Fabric
A picture is worth a thousand words right? The mama as shown above is not wearing her wrap correctly. Don’t want to be too critical, after all I eat and breathe baby carriers, but since we are carrying such *precious cargo* just wanted to give a visual of what may make for a smoother […]
Are We Sending Our Kids to the Wrong Schools?
“No more classrooms, no more books, no more teacher’s dirty looks…” or so the song goes. Which reminds me of a certain Pink Floyd song and so on… Well, thus opens a topic dear to my little heart (and I’m taking some liberties on length with this one, so stay with me!). Today, catching up […]
Top 10 Signs That You’re Addicted to the Internet
I’m addicted to the Internet. My daily vices include Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, Mashable, and a list of blogs too long to list. A twelve step program may exist for people like me but we’re too busy using the Google machine to bother with that. You too may have an addiction to the world wide web. […]
Positive Parenting: Discipline versus Guidance
As parents we all joke about the elusive “manual” that should accompany the birth of all children in this world. However, in all honesty, any manual would (based off my experience!) be basically useless. In less than ten seconds after the birth of my son I quickly realized two things: 1) Any amount of instruction […]
Mom Blogs: Finding Your Online Tribe
On the surface, the world of mom bloggers seems like just a vast, endless sea of first-person online journal entries, giveaways, and product reviews by anonymous women often represented with animated avitars. To those of us who have delved deeper into this mysterious world and stayed submerged over time, it is clear that mom bloggers […]
I’m the inspired and easily-inspire-able sort. I see art that moves me and ideas for songs and sculpture and poetry envelope my mind. I see strong, inspiring community leaders and a wish to be of service to the world in a mobilizing way wells up in me. I see a happy family, and… you guessed […]
Camping With a Baby – Family Memories in the Making
A while back I happened across an article that, in all honesty, gave me a bit of a giggle but also set me on a personal mission to prove it wrong. The article, focused on the do’s and don’ts of family travel, was certainly on a lighter note, but seemed to imply (at least in […]
BlogHer 2011 & Brands: Match Made in Heaven?
If you don’t know about BlogHer…well, I’m not sure we can be friends. All kidding aside, this annual conference for bloggers attracts swarms of online scribes from across the globe to gather, learn, and connect. No one can deny that blogging, specifically mom blogging, has exploded over the past five years. What has surprised many […]