A Letter To My Firstborn Child
Pregnancy

A Letter To My Firstborn Child

To my firstborn child,  A lot of things will be changing soon. You are getting a little sibling and we will become a family of four! Everything you have known your entire life is going to be different. I wish I knew what to expect so I could better prepare you, but I’m as much…

11 Things to Know Before Visiting the Blue Lagoon
Travel

11 Things to Know Before Visiting the Blue Lagoon

When you think of the magical land of Iceland, you undoubtedly also think of the mystical and ineffable beauty of the Blue Lagoon. Just imagine: you’re submerged in 100 degree milky baby blue water with steam surrounding you while you overlook the mountainous horizon. While most Icelanders pooh-pooh at the Blue Lagoon as being too…

7 Tips to Renting a Car in Iceland
Travel

7 Tips to Renting a Car in Iceland

To experience the best that Iceland has to offer, you need a car. Plain and simple. While it is possible to see the most popular day trips while staying in Reykjavik, you’ll have to book sightseeing tours. These tours won’t allow you the flexibility (or privacy) to truly enjoy the breathtaking sights of Iceland in…

How to Get Baby’s First Passport
Travel

How to Get Baby’s First Passport

Whether your family is about to take an international trip or you’re wanting an official form of photo identification for your baby, the process of getting a passport can be a daunting task. But it doesn’t have to be! As long as you’re organized, plan ahead, and leave plenty of wiggle room, the process of…

7 Tips to Get Your Toddler to Use Utensils
Motherhood

7 Tips to Get Your Toddler to Use Utensils

Using a utensil to feed themselves is an important developmental milestone for a toddler! Being able to do this independently demonstrates that they have developed the fine motor control and hand-eye coordination needed to handle a utensil. This means they’re growing up! ???? Here are the top tips to help you help your toddler use…