Monthly Archives: November 2014

sleeping through the night

10/33 hahahaha. oh, you want to know why i’m laughing? i’m laughing because i’ve been duped, we all have! we think that there’s a time when kids start sleeping through the night, and then always do! oh, your kids always do sleep through the night? ok then i’m not talking to you…go have fun with […]

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good food takes time

9/33 i was peeling a clementine for the babe the other day and she was getting whiny. she’s 1 so she gets whiny a lot, growing into a toddler is hard work! off the top of my head i told her to be patient because real food takes time. i’ve been thinking about that a lot […]

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It’s Your Turn

8/33 i came across this photo recently and kind of chuckled a little bit because this was my first time baby wearing, 11 years before having a baby of my own, or even knowing what baby wearing is. it makes me laugh because baby wearing is such a thing now but in africa it’s so […]

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living cleanly

7/33 oh my gosh, i can’t believe i just discovered this!! after cleaning up our eating habits, we started looking into lots of other things in our life that could be toxifying our life. we just went through all the cupboards and just got rid of a ton of lotions, shampoos, cleansers, etc… because they […]

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The in-betweens, NZ ’10

6/33 one of our favorite things about travel is finding things that are otherwise unnoticed. of course there are travel books and things you MUST VISIT when you go somewhere, but some of our favorite memories have been during the in-betweens, the times we have just pulled over because we had to see what was […]

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you are what you eat – costco run

  5/33 remember when i used to blog about healthy eating? well as i said in one of the posts, where i shop changes all the time because of prices and selection. so here’s my latest costco stash! they are getting more and more organic and all natural products and that’s exciting! organic apple chips […]

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