4 Ways to Survive The Toddler Transition

And just like that Hendrix is a full-blown toddler! It seems like it was just yesterday when I found out Hendrix was a boy. In a week Hendrix will be 2 and I find myself being sooooo clich√© these days with thinking things like “where has the time gone” and “they grow up so fast”.¬† Even though these sentiments are felt deeply, I am realizing I don’t have time to think about where the time has gone because I’m now in full-blown #toddlermom mode! Although my instinct is to look at Hendrix like he’s still my little baby, the reality is (and he has no problem telling me) he’s a “big boy.” Because this is my second go-around there are a few things that I can glean from Camilla’s toddler-hood and apply to her brother with these 4 reminders to help survive the toddler transition.


How To Rock At Keeping Your Kids Active in Your City

My now 20 month old, (that’s a year and half and some change for those of you who don’t like the month system) is now greeting her father and I when we get home with a “hey! sup?” and I can hardly deal! Now that “Miss Thang” is old enough to ask her mommy “sup?” I feel confident that she is ready now to spread her wings and try new things. iQurious Kids is helping us out by providing a platform for parents to keep their kids active as they grow by providing a comprehensive list of activities for children right in your home town, and here’s how!