Carseat safety is a big topic. Even before the American Association of Pediatrics released the recommendation that infants should remain rearfacing until at least two years of age (instead of the current 1 year AND 20 pounds) I believed in extending rear facing (ERF) and have since I first started researching infant carseats. Last year, […]
Archives for August 2011
While her big brother’s eyes changed by the end of the first year and have darkened to a deep greenish hazel, Quincy will undoubtedly always have her beautiful blues.
I think every parent knows it is inevitable, the first broken bone. It’s just a matter of WHEN it happens. Mine was at 15. My son’s was at 3 3/4. While playing on the playground at his school this past Tuesday, Sebby decided he was done swinging. Now most kids when they are done swinging […]
From late 1977 through spring 1978, John Lasseter, before becoming chief creative officer at Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios and principal creative advisor for Walt Disney Imagineering, worked at Disneyland, and was a skipper on the Jungle Cruise attraction. Recently, a search for a photo of John skippering the Jungle Cruise came up empty. […]
When I was packing for BlogHer 11 I ran into a bit of a dilemna. My normal “at-home” attire of nursing tanks and yoga pants wasn’t going to cut it. And living in Seattle, most of my nursing friendly tops were long sleeved. Also not going to cut it for the California sun. Thank goodness […]