Pain in the Neck.

I love Instagram. If you follow me , you already know I'm slightly addicted to it. You might be familiar with the fabulous yogini mom in the photo above; if not, find her profile here.So freaking adorable, right?! She's famous and only one of the many Mamas & yoginis I follow. Maybe it's crazy to … Continue reading Pain in the Neck.

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10 Ways Running A Marathon is Like Motherhood.

First, I've only run one full marathon. This picture was taken at the finish of the 2007 Colorado Marathon. I'm the short one (which is strange, since I'm 5'10"!). Second, I've only had one child. He's 9 months old. So, I can't really qualify myself as an expert at either thing--marathons or mommying. However, I … Continue reading 10 Ways Running A Marathon is Like Motherhood.

The Weight of Motherhood.

Hope you all had a wonderful weekend! Ours was rough with a teething boy, but we managed to sneak away to Boulder for a short "hike" & some gorgeous fall color. Also, I am honored to be a guest blogger at Denver Natural Mom! You can check it out The Weight of Motherhood here if … Continue reading The Weight of Motherhood.

Happy International Babywearing Week!

When I was pregnant, I imagined all the time what life would be like with a sweet little baby in my arms. I envisioned how sweet life would be, and the things we would do together. I imagined how motherhood would look, and I wanted to look like so many of the pictures I had … Continue reading Happy International Babywearing Week!

Campfires, Crickets, Boobs, Babies and Faith.

Sorry it's been so quiet around here! We went on another camping trip--better prepared this time around. 🙂  We also camped in cabins--they didn't have running water, and evenings were spent around campfires, so I still consider it camping. It was beautiful. We camped on the Missouri River in South Dakota. We spent our days … Continue reading Campfires, Crickets, Boobs, Babies and Faith.

How NOT To Go Camping With Your Baby

1. Pack you, your significant other's, and child's entire closet, two coolers worth of food, tent, camping gear, half your house, but forget your camera. Be forced to use your phone to record the first trip and rely on the pictures Grandma takes with her camera that you know will most likely stay on her … Continue reading How NOT To Go Camping With Your Baby