If we were sitting having coffee this week and catching up on life (basically our kids), here’s what I’d be telling you.
What I’m currently coveting
Anything that will make feeding baby easier is something I need and want (even if I don’t know if it’ll work). Apparently even the strongest of babes can’t lift this mat off the table.
What I’m loving
Who knew Ikea made such cool toys? These stacking cups are only $3.99. C loves banging them together!
What’s headed to the recycling bin
Cheerios everywhere because of this product. Snack-catcher it is not. Although it does buy me some time when someone is fed up of being in her stroller.
What I read this week on the Internet that was kind of cool
While I love being a mom I totally respect those who know they don’t want to have kids (and know they don’t before going down that road). Food for thought.
What Chloe’s eating
My Lovely Little Lunch Box’s banana cocoa muffins are where it’s at.
Books, books, books
It isn’t long, but C loves this pat-a-cake book. She even acts it out and tries to read it on her own.
Chloe’s jam of the week
Good Mistake by Mr. Little Jeans (We are on Spotify too!)
What to do if you happen to be in Toronto with kids
The Art Gallery of Ontario has a really neat hands-on learning centre for kids. It is great for all ages, even babies. You do need to buy a ticket to the museum, but $19.50 is a small price to pay when you need to get out of the house on a rainy day!
If my husband and I had a night out this week
Little Sister looks like it be a great date night. Actually anywhere that serves wine would be 🙂
Busy moms need quick solutions
I’m all about the wipes these days. Ole Henriksen’s wipes are perfect for waking you up after a sleepless night and also take your make-up off when you have time to put it on that is.
Rant of the week in 140 characters or less
The highchair is the bane of my existence. Someone needs to develop a self-cleaning one ASAP. Eating is messy business.
And just because...
This may make you tear up a bit.