Wednesday Night Cancellation

Hello Hello!   A huge thank you to all of you awesome mamas who have been coming to Strong Mama each week, I love being with you each week in class! Sad to make this change, but due to lower enrollment, the Wednesday night Strong Mama class has been cancelled. (On a positive note, I

Slide In Slow Motion=Hilarious Park Fun

​​ As our summer is coming to an end I knew I had to share this funny post. We found an amazing local park that not only has swings, climbers, wheels to spin, and slides, it also boarders the Green Line. Every 8-10 minutes it looked like a magic spell was cast over all of

Learning With Water

One of my favorite things to do this summer has been watching my son’s fascination with one of our most basic elements, water. This kid has had a bath every night since it was born (essential in our sleep routine) but seeing water move in these new ways outdoors was amazing! Over a few weeks

Learning To Throw: Lessons In The Dog Park

Here’s why dog and I are so excited these days: the little guy is learning how to throw a ball! WHOOO! It’s a little obvious why dog is so excited, but why am I? Besides the fact that they can both entertain each other while I do things like make dinner or pee, this is

Worry When They’re Quiet

Sheer joy, tons of excitement, all thanks to a tissue. Well, a box of tissues. This is just a snapshot, scroll for the real deal. While cooking dinner, he had changed from playing in the living room where he is in my sight line to playing in his room, out of sight line, but still

Working out with baby in the pool!

“So what do you want to do today?”- me at breakfast “Wa wa kick!”- baby (“Wa wa kick… what the heck does that mean?”)- me in my head “Wa wa kick!”- baby vigorously pointing to the door It took a few rounds of this conversation before mama finally was able to decode that he wants

Pups In the Park

“TAKEMEOUTTOTHEBALLGAMETAKEMETAKEMEPLEASE!!!!”-Sophie, the dog So we did! Baby and dog’s first baseball game at the National’s Pups In The Park game was a ton of fun for humans and those with tails who think they’re humans. The socialization was great for the dogs as well as the kids. While Sophie sniffed many a butt, baby was

Singing Growth In 2 Days!

Here’s a little backstory if you don’t know us very well: I am a very musical person (concert/marching bands since 3rd grade, choirs, early childhood teacher using music in the classroom all day long, and Zumbini® teacher), this kid was probably singing in the womb (I taught music classes and worked with young children throughout

Arboretum Visit And Surprise Find!

I’d like to say this post will be about all of the beautiful nature and outdoor learning we did together on our family trip to the Arboretum, but I won’t lie. We spent most of our time at this gate. Open and close. Open and close. Open, go through to the other side, and close.

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