Must-Have Books for 1 Year Olds

As a teacher and a mom I’ve collected quite a few books over the years, for a variety of age ranges. I’ve read A LOT of children’s books, and while all of my… Continue reading

Super Simple Cloth Wipes

When I first started cloth diapering I used disposable wipes, but I soon realized how cloth diapers and cloth wipes go hand in hand. It’s so much more convenient to throw the wipe… Continue reading

LEGO® KidsFest Tickets Giveaway!

I am beyond excited to attend LEGO KidsFest with my kids and hubby. We are all huge LEGO fans. My son, now 12, enjoys the LEGO sets for older kids while my 19… Continue reading

5 Tips for Flying with a One Year Old

A few weeks ago we took our annual summer family vacation. Last year we made sure to make our summer vacay one within driving distance because MJ was only 6 months old and… Continue reading

Adventurecon15: My First Official Event as a Blogger

As a teacher, I try to pack in as many summer outings as possible. It’s sometimes exhausting, but well worth it. A few weeks ago I a was invited by my good friend… Continue reading

Kermie was right – It Ain’t Easy Being Green

I have a friend who says I’m 1/16% hippie. I’ve wanted to bump up that percentage for some time now. I burn incense and use essential oils, believe in the law of attraction… Continue reading

Toddler Time at the Library

Twice this week me & MJ attended Toddler Time at the San Antonio Public Library, once at Landa Library (my favorite place ever!) and once at Mission Library. MJ isn’t in day care,… Continue reading

A Glass of Freshness

While on the airport shuttle, heading home from a family vacay, I noticed a teenage boy with a cup of water with fruit stuffed in the middle. I’ve long said I was going… Continue reading

Sanuk: My Latest Obsession

I am on my feet a lot. As a prek teacher and mom to a busy 18 month old, when I came across a pair of shoes that said “made from real yoga… Continue reading

One Point for Dora 

I’m a strong believer that exposure is one of the greatest methods of teaching young children. In my classroom not once have a ever shown a flash card or drilled a number chart… Continue reading