Earlier I wrote about how to dress kids in layers for winter play, but that’s not the whole story. If you want happy snow kids you can’t forget the accessories. This post on how to dress kids for winter play focuses on the extra things that make a huge difference for staying warm. Usually I think of an outfit’s accessories as nice, but not necessary. In winter, the accessories are essential. Continue reading “How to Dress Kids for Winter Play – Accessories”
A reader recently asked me how to dress kids for winter play. Since me and the tots are outside almost every day in the winter, I thought I’d share a few tips. This is the first post in a two post series on How to Dress Kids for Winter Play. Read How to Dress Kids for Winter Play – Accessories here. Continue reading “How to Dress Kids for Winter Play – Layering”
Snowboarding and Motherhood
Yesterday was Big E’s birthday party. I had planned to have a small group of his friends come play in our six feet of snow, but a blizzard made driving to our house dangerous. Over a foot of snow fell yesterday, which is great for a snowboarder like me, but makes regular Mom life a bit tricky.
Snowboarding and motherhood have both been on my mind. That may seem like an odd pairing, but for me they are two great joys in my life. Snowboarding and motherhood are inseparably connected, and to explain why I need to tell you a story.
This post is the first half. Be sure to come back later this week to read Snowboarding and Motherhood Part 2. Continue reading “Snowboarding and Motherhood Part 1”
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