Pushing my toddler daughter in that classic red toy car a few months ago, led me to think about how we are tour guides for our children. We show them the world. Sometimes we can't see their expressions or reactions as they explore and learn, often we can! (So adorable!) But in all cases, part … Continue reading We Are Our Children’s Tour Guides
Growing up I watched a lot of Rom Coms. To this day, I still enjoy the fantasy stories of man meets woman and how they fall in love. But ever since becoming a parent I have noticed that the love between a parent and their child is just as romantic, albeit in a very different … Continue reading The Love Between a Parent and Child
“It’s snooowing! I want to see snow!” A young girl exiting the clinic room exclaimed excitedly as she skipped toward the window. Kids have this way of being totally present and in awe of what they see. As an adult, snow means having to clean off one’s car, or having a longer, more frustrating commute. … Continue reading TBT: It’s Snooowing!
I had been looking forward to my morning off of going to the dentist. It meant I didn't have to prepare lunches for myself or my daughter who goes to the preschool where I work. My husband is amazing with her and was going to spend the day with her. I was also intending to … Continue reading Day Off: A Break from the Routine