The time has come to relinquish ourselves to the open road. I have made lists and created piles of stuff in several corners of the house in preparation for this adventure to Yellowstone. At some point one must stop planning and start doing. The doing portion begins with packing the car. Load-Up: I … Continue reading Roadtrip to Yellowstone
Can you believe I consider this list to be the necessities when road tripping/camping with a baby? This packing list is about 1 step away from rolling out in a scroll-like fashion. This is life with a kiddo! Camping Gear 1-Tent (Alps Mountaineering 2 person-Lynx) 1 Space Blanket for the under side of the … Continue reading The Packing List
Taking to the open road has been always been something that has given me the sensation of being full, one might say that it is fulfilling and I don’t really mean that metaphorically. As I look out at the stretch of road before me miles away from where I started or where I’m going … Continue reading Road Tripping with a Baby
After a baby enters your world all the sudden phrases float through your head. Phrases like, “Why didn’t anyone tell me it was going to be like this?” “I don’t think I can do this”, “ If I don’t get some sleep my body is going to die."
We’ve all heard this term get tousled around our entire lives. “I love you unconditionally”. I dare say that statement cannot be truthfully uttered unless that person is a parent. Not that the person is lying if they aren’t a parent, it’s just that there is no possible way to grasp this concept without raising … Continue reading Unconditional Love Anyone?
Every so often as a parent I’m able to stop in the moment and see things from a wider lens. I had a moment just the other day and had the realization that I spend about 70% of my time searching for something. Maybe the percentage drops as the age of your child goes up, … Continue reading The never ending search of a parent