If you thought running is a challenge sometimes just wait until you have to run with a stroller. Strolling running makes the run so much harder. Many runners start off stroller running post-baby when getting back to the sport is already tough. Others start when their little ones are a bit bigger, meaning extra added
The summer is here in full swing and with that means summer vacation. But many parents might shy away from traveling because they have a toddler. Traveling with a toddler is absolutely possible. It’s manageable even for those with really fussy kids. Don’t be afraid that the little ones are going to act up or
With a toddler I often find myself doing a whole lot of OMMMM and Woosha breathing techniques throughout any given day. I also find myself getting into poses like reaching down to pick up toys and curling up in fetal position to avoid getting kicked in my sleep. But in all seriousness, although the times
As runners we naturally want the extensions of ourselves to be passionate about the activity we love so much. We want our children to live happy and healthy lives, and know what a positive impact running has on ours. It’s a gift that keeps on giving, and we want to share that. But how young
On a warm spring morning families gathered on the freshly cut grass that soon filled up with a sea of white jerseys. The multi-color flags that lined down the field perpendicular blew in the wind, as little ones flew on by down the designated path it created. They were getting there practice in, overly excited
My 26-month-old knows his body parts really well. His go-to favorites to point out are “eyes,” “belly button” and “tongue.” Taking anatomy to the next level to also include imaginative play and identification of emotions and feelings, the KiwiCo Tadpole Crate for January is just what the doctor ordered. KiwiCo is a company that sends
Wishing all my readers, fellow bloggers, and runners a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
One of the things I look forward to each holiday season is the parties. When it comes to being a mom, this means play dates and themed events at our favorite play places. Of course, this includes the annual Christmas party at Gymboree. Our Gymboree always puts together fun holiday events, and this was our
“I am speed.” This is among the many phrases that repeat constantly in the background at my house. That’s because my son is obsessed with the move Disney Cars 3—and the entire series. He asks to watch it daily and won’t leave the house without one of the countless cars he has from the movie.
“Dog,” my almost 2-year-old said lifting the felt stuffed animal. “Peek-a-boo,” I said, watching his toothy grin grow ear to ear. After watching me once, he too hid the animals under the flaps of the playground. We took turns hiding the rabbit under the slide and the cat into the house. Each time he would