I’m excited to say that I’m expecting a mini-me this fall! …And moments after I saw those two positive pink lines, I thought “Well, how am I going to announce this?!”
Location: Ridgefield, WA
Kids: 2 year old and pregnant with her second child
Ashley lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, a former minor league baseball player, and their two year-old son. Before she became a mom, she was a Special Education Teacher and worked with some of the coolest kids around.
By Meagan Nordmann
I always looked forward to Mother’s Day as a kid… it was an opportunity to put all of my creative skills to work on a card and gift that attempted to encapsulate how wonderful I thought my mother was (an impossible feat!). Often, all our mother really wanted was something home-made and to sleep in as long as she wanted—and then we’d “surprise” her every year with a homemade breakfast. Dad usually had a bouquet of white roses (her favorite) to sweeten up our messy attempt at a fancy breakfast.
When BabyPage asked if I would do a crafting post, I was thrilled! A reason to run to Michaels and spend hours on Pinterest? Sign me up! Here we go, this is my honest experience and recommendations on crafting with your kiddos!
And we’re back… from MommyCon Seattle. It was such a fun experience, and we had a great time meeting awesome Seattle parents. MommyCon had really informative sessions on potty training, baby wearing, car seat safety, and so much more. We also heard a fantastic keynote speech from Jen Labit, CEO of Cotton Babies. Her personal story about how she built Cotton Babies was truly inspirational.
BabyPage co-founders Katie Rice and Yasine Armstrong went through all of these reasons. For her first child, Katie made a scrapbook with photos of her son’s first year, but it didn’t include any notes about milestones or even dates. She loved having it but didn’t have time to finish it. By the time her second child was almost one, Katie had nothing, not even a photo book, for her.
St. Patrick’s Day is upon us, and what could be more enthralling for your kids than a little tiny elf-like man chasing rainbows and gold while leaving behind fun pranks and treats along his way? The BabyPage team has gathered together over 40 ideas to make your kid’s St. Paddy’s Day extra fun and magical!
Get creative with your kiddos’ Easter basket! Here are some suggestions on fun things to put in your child’s Easter basket to make sure it’s a day she never forgets.
Here are 15 great ideas to do with your kids for Easter!
This is a guest post from Meagan Nordmann, a digital marketing specialist based in Albuquerque, NM. This aspiring mommy volunteers her time with ABQReads, where she tutors kindergartners in Spanish-speaking communities to read and write in English. Meagan was formerly a writer and editor at three publications in Nashville, and continues to write about her adventures on her travel blog, ChapterIV.Tumblr.com. You can follow her adventures on Instagram and Twitter at @MegNordmann.