Boot Camp Day 1: What to Grow - Garden TribeGarden Tribe. Taste: String beans, tomatoes, eggplants Variety: Romaine, arugula, zucchini Value: Cilantro, basil, rosemary
I just registered for the Chicago MommyCon 2015on 2/21. It's my first ever and I'll be bringing baby with me in our Ergo. Not only am I excited to see the my favorite products- Ergo, Beco, Arm's Reach, Lullaby Earth, Milkies, and Babyganics but the workshops and seminars are a must. Some of the workshops … Continue reading MommyCon Chicago 2015
My husband and I are counting down to closing on our first home. We've had so many challenges purchasing this home. We've walked away multiple times and had to reschedule the closing date twice, not in any part of our doing. The current owner has lived here for 30+ years and kept changing his mind. … Continue reading Count Down to Closing……..
The nesting phase of my pregnancy is in full effect. However, our closing date has changed multiple times. We are now scheduled for June 20th closing. I've known for months we would not been staying in our current rental but didn't know when we were moving. I definitely knew I needed to prepare for a … Continue reading Getting Ready for Baby
Good and Cheap: Eat Well on $4/Day the PDF is free! by Leanne Brown — Kickstarter. The PDF is free! by Leanne Brown — Kickstarter
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I take a prenatal yoga class once a week at Bloom's Yoga Studio. They offer free two hour prenatal yoga on Sundays for student training. Every time I leave, I feel happy and hopeful. Being in a room with other expectant mothers who know what you are going though, gives me the support I need … Continue reading Prenatal Yoga
100 Happy Days Challenge I started this challenge on May 6th. I believe many people forget the simple things in life; to appreciate life; and neglect to be thankful everyday for what they have. Since starting this challenge, I am more aware of the people, places, and activities I do. I used to just come … Continue reading 100 Happy Days
Our adventure for this weekend brings us to Ravinia Park to see the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra. I've been looking forward to this since the weather has been mild and I absolute enjoy the picnic setup and music. My husband and I usually purchase lawn seats for $17 each, so we can have our … Continue reading Picnic at Ravinia Park
Lincoln Ave. is a major street cutting through the heart of Chicago. In addition, it's home to the most popular neighborhoods filled with shops, eateries, and a busy nightlife. It runs from Clark St. on the western border of Lincoln Park largely to the northwest, ending in Morton Grove, Illinois. It leaves the city limits of Chicago at Devon Ave. The total … Continue reading Chicago’s Lincoln Ave