Every time I told someone, “we’re going to Nashville for spring break!” They all responded with a surprised “why?” I think on the surface the destination seemed totally random, but we did have a few reasons. Find out why we believe in Nashville!
I have a couple of ideas I want to share with you! As mush as possible, I aim to gift experiences rather than things to my children. I want them to learn through experience, create memories, and ignite their curiosity and imagination.
It’s something I’ve often thought a lot about, the fly by “how are ya?” that no one stops to hear the response to, or even in some cases respond with an empty and unrelated “nothing much, you?” We don’t talk about our emotions, not really.
How to speak to children when emotions arise. Some might call these tantrums, River has had her share, but I truly believe that because of our openness and willingness to talk, these moments are so much more manageable.
At 16, I got my first job at The Gap and so began my love of clothing. My style has been work in progress ever since. I have been a sucker for trends (*ahem platform sneakers) But something I always come back to are classic looks.
As a follow up to my post on mindset practices, this is a snapshot of my daily routines and agreements in our family. We strive for equity as much as possible. I hope this look at our schedule helps!
Before I can share about my routine, I want to first share how I practice managing my mindset and expectations. I emphasize practice because I don’t always get it right. Which is why forgiveness is number 1.
Small invitation; big learning experience
My Top 5 ways my yoga practice influenced my children’s entrance into the world.
Top 10 things I'm glad I registered for... and other ideas while preparing for your little one's arrival!
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