Category Archives: Kids

The New Feminists: F-Bombs for Feminism

As the mother of two small girls, I had to share this feminist campaign video from FCKH8. Its message is a strong one–what’s more shocking? A sweet little kid dropping f-bombs or the sexist and hateful history that continues to … Continue reading

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Stroller Hike: Trillium Lake

Have you ever noticed how challenging it is to figure out if a hike is kid or stroller friendly? When you have a toddler who is too heavy to carry in a pack or walks slowly, a jogging stroller is a great option, … Continue reading

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A Girl & Her Dog

Some of the sweetest moments we’ve had with Violet was seeing her love for our dog, Oakley. Oakley passed away in December and there are few days that go by when she doesn’t ask where Oakley is or talk about … Continue reading

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Children’s Eyeworks & the Importance of Sunglasses

Sunglasses may seem like a novelty for babies and small kids, but they’re actually quite important. As my friend Divina–owner of the wonderful Children’s Eyeworks and mother of two–pointed out to me, children have more sensitive eyes than adults do and spend … Continue reading

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Traveling To Japan With Small Children, Part 2: Three Days in Tokyo

Nick and I planned our Japan trip to encompass three days in Tokyo and four in Kyoto. Three days is not much time in Tokyo, especially when accounting for jet lag and a slow moving kid and pregnant lady, so we … Continue reading

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