Your weekly challenge (Number 22 of 52!) is to enjoy the rainbow of colors at an outdoor plant nursery.
Navigating the stroller through a busy farmers market is a worthwhile challenge. There are so many things to look at for your baby, it’s worth the effort.
The key to making it an official car wash seemed to be placing the rid-on car in a special place. In our case, it was on two outdoor IKEA chairs.
Fill the kitchen sink with warm soapy water, plastic cups, utensils, etc. Let your toddler pretend to make something or wash dishes.
Your challenge this week is to seek out the tot story time at your library and go there. Space out while someone else entertains you both.
Too often there are tons of pictures of baby with friends and family, but only a few with Mom and baby because we’re so often behind the camera
Hiking with a baby doesn’t have to involve a lot of incline, a long drive, or even unpaved path. Prefer a stroller-friendly trail around a lake? Do that.
Today’s challenge: Find a park you’ve never visited that has baby swings. In these pictures, Julian is four-and-a-half months old.
14: I love this rookie year activity for getting together in a social but EASY way: Start a weekly Breakfast Club with other new moms.
To set up a perfect dress-up bin for a toddler, add to it little by little when you lay your hands on stray fairy wings, odd sunglasses & beads!
If you want to learn a new instrument, baby is a good audience. Alec decided to get a little more serious about playing guitar once Holden was born.
Challenge 12: A fun suggestion from our friend and fellow rookie mom, Rosa, is to pack yourself up and head into the city for an art museum with baby.