Does your kid go through snacks like mine does? I don’t know where he puts it. It doesn’t matter how much food Liam’s eaten during a meal…he’s already begging for something else as soon as he leaves the table. I’m always looking for ways to make mealtimes more fun and snack time convenient. Especially since we’re on the go so much. I thought I’d bring you some Nuby product reviews for a few items we’ve discovered (and loved) lately that are helping make both possible. There’s a giveaway at the bottom of this post, so make sure you remember to enter! Liam chose his favorite item of the three products we’ve reviewed in this post as the item for the giveaway. I agree with him that it’s a pretty awesome product, so don’t miss out on this one.

Nuby Sure Grip Miracle Mat

Liam is old enough where he doesn’t really need a plate that suctions to the table anymore. But when he tried to slide Nuby’s Sure Grip Miracle Mat across the table and couldn’t, I realized that this is really going to come in handy once Caleb is older, eating food and in his “throw everything on the floor” stage. Every kid has one, right?

The Miracle Mat is both a placemat and a plate rolled into one. Its suction is super strong like I mentioned and it also has a non-slip base. This makes it hard to slid off the table and for tiny hands to pick up. I also love that it’s a sectioned plate. So I can give Liam multiple things in his dish without the wet items like gravy or juicy fruit seeping into everything else. Because food touching other food spells disaster sometimes.

Liam keeps requesting the “bear plate.” He thinks its so fun that the mat we received looks like a teddy bear. Anyone who has a toddler knows how picky they can be. So anything that helps make mealtime a little more fun is great to have on hand. And if your child is still using a high chair, you can get a smaller-sized mat that will fit on the high chair tray. No bear face in this instance, but it will still have the strong suction and sectioned plate.

The Nuby Sure Grip Miracle Mat is available on Amazon.comBabies R’ Us and at Target.

Nuby Snack N’ Sip

It’s a snack cup. And a drinking cup. Both in the same container, which is the greatest thing to a toddler. Liam’s been raving about this cup since I took it out of the package. No, seriously. He was telling some stranger at the grocery store all about it the other day.

My favorite thing about this cup is that it doesn’t skimp in either department. The snack compartment holds 4.5 ounces of dry snacks and the drink portion holds 9 ounces of liquid. This is plenty if you’re running errands or are going to be out and about for a couple of hours. And hopefully, not so much that you’ll need to stop for a potty break.

Liam’s favorite thing about the Snack N’ Sip cup (other than the snacks, of course) is that the entire thing fits in his car seat cup holder. The way we normally travel, his cup is in his cup holder and his snacks are in his lap. If he’s not holding on or paying attention, his snack container will sometimes fall onto the floor when I make a turn or stop the car. And if you have a toddler, you know. Total devastation. Having both his snack and his water in the same cup AND being able to store it safely in his cup holder makes it easy for him to access any time he wants.

Other highlights of the cup include its no spill 100% silicone flex straw and no spill valve. And the fact that it’s BPA free.  The Nuby Snack N’ Sip is available at Babies R’ Us and Target. You can also buy it online on Amazon.comnuby-product-reviews-snack-n-sip-26nub-product-reviews-snack-n-sip-21

Nuby Thirsty Kids Flip-it

Now that Liam’s three, I really feel like we’ve outgrown the whole “sippy cup” stage. He’s more capable of drinking from regular cups and bottles. And we need something that matches our on-the-go lifestyle as well as his “big boy” status. Nuby’s new Thirsty Kids Flip-it water canteen is just that.

Active, growing kids need to drink plenty of water, especially as the weather gets warmer. The Flip-it holds 12 ounces of water, has a hygienic cover that keeps the mouthpiece clean when it’s closed and has an easy-to-press button for kids to get a drink whenever they want. And it’s made from BPA-free durable Triton plastic, to protect it from breaking when it gets dropped.

I also love that it has a nice-sized handle on it. This makes it perfect for Liam to carry around himself. And it would be super easy for us to hook it onto a hiking backpack for all our outdoor trips this summer.

The Nuby Thirsty Kids Flip-it is your sneak peek of a brand NEW product coming to Babies R’ Us!

Liam and I have teamed up with Nuby to give away his favorite product out of the three mentioned in this review – the Snack N’ Sip! I have no doubt that your little will love this cup as much as Liam does. Entering is super easy! Just head over to the giveaway image on my Instagram page at @littlefirebrigade and follow the steps to enter. For an extra entry, leave a comment here on the blog and tell me what your  favorite summertime activities are (don’t forget to leave your Instagram name!).

The giveaway will run until midnight EST on May 31st, 2017. A winner will be chosen randomly using and announced on Instagram within 48 hours of the giveaway end. Open to U.S. residents only.

I have some more Nuby product reviews coming in the next few months. I can’t wait to share more great products with you!

Disclosure: I received these items from Nuby to try and review. All words and opinions are completely my own. 

  • Ashley Armstrong Krueger

    Wow! These are great toddler items! I love the idea of the Snack N Sip. My little guy loves to graze during long car rides so it would be perfect him.

    Some of our favorite activities are fishing, hiking, going to parades, grilling, and running through the sprinklers. It’s going to be a slower summer for us this year as our second little is due in Aug/Sept.

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  • Tia

    Love that cup. I plan to do a lot of adventures right in our back yard… camping, making a giant outdoor “waterbed” foam and play dough. @brae_and_peyReplyCancel

  • Nicole Kay

    We are planning a few more trips to Busch Gardens. This Nuby Snack n’ Snip would be a great in the park to keep my little guy hydrated and happy! IG: nicolekay1979ReplyCancel

  • Rose H

    My baby and I will go see grandmother. She live about 20hours away from us so we can not see her all the time. That’s our plan for the summer.

  • Sharaylah

    How fun! They make such cool stuff for kiddos these days (I want a 🐻 Plate too!!!) I’m hoping to take my toddler to the pool lots this summer – we did a few times last year but she was SO small, I’m hoping it’ll be a blast this year ❤️ Insta: @sharaylahReplyCancel

  • April Davis

    what fun adventures do we have planned for the summer? Well, we really have not planned anything out yet. However, I am sure our summer will include picnics at the park, walks along the nature trail, splashing in the pool, a visit to the zoo and aquarium and lots of fun in the sun. My girls love to play outside. Thank you for sharing your review. @sahmof3girlsReplyCancel

  • Stephanie

    These look like such great products! We have lots of camping planned this summer! IG: 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Amanda joosten

    Tons of camping. We just bought a nice camper ❤❤ReplyCancel

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May is National Water Safety Month. As a mom, this is a topic that’s incredibly important. It’s a big reason why Liam is regularly taking swimming lessons at Goldfish Swim School. His preschool had someone from the Ohio DNR out the other week to talk to the kids about being safe around water. Liam and his classmates learned some great takeaways and I’d like to share their water safety tips for kids here.

  1. Always swim with a buddy. Summer camp, anyone? The camp I attended every summer had a buddy board. Each person in your duo got a numbered chip they had to safety pin to their swimsuit. When the whistle blew, you had to stop what you were doing and find your buddy. Then you had to hold hands and hold them up in the air to show the lifeguards that you had indeed found your buddy. And then once you were done swimming, both chips got returned to the board. This way, the camp staff knew that no one was in the water without the buddy. Whether it’s an empty pool or a crowded lake, swimming with at least one other person ensures that someone knows where you are and can get help if you need it.
  2. Don’t just pack it, wear your jacket. Your life jacket, that is. I get it. It’s not cool. It’s big and bulky and not the cutest fashion statement. Life jackets kind of remind me of bike helmets….a total pain to wear as a kid. But they serve an extremely important purpose and you shouldn’t go without.
  3. Reach or throw, but don’t go. If you see someone in need of help in the water, you can try to reach for them or throw them a flotation device, but don’t jump in the water yourself.

There are movements to go with each of these tips. It really helps Liam remember each one. He’s been saying them all week. I think what’s most important, especially as summer nears, is that we continue to have a discussion about water safety with our kids. Because you can’t be too careful. Even if you’re an adult. Or if you already know how to swim. And even if you’re with a group of people and you think there are plenty of eyes on your child. We can teach them to be both confident around water and safe. And to share that knowledge with their friends who may not know.

Liam’s water safety day at preschool was timed perfectly with a big event that happened over the weekend at Goldfish. They had water safety clinics and covered boat safety in the pool. We didn’t actually get in the water ourselves, but was fun to see families learning all sorts of water safety tips for kids. Outside, Liam checked out a fire truck, met a K9 police dog and got an ice cream cone painted on his hand. We even had a little frozen treat thanks to Graeter’s! Such a fun afternoon. This is an annual event, so make sure you plan to attend next year!

Do you have any water safety tips for kids to share? How do you practice water and boating safety with your little ones? Summer is right around the corner, so feel free to share your tips below!

This post about kids swimming lessons in Columbus is part of our partnership with Goldfish Swim School. As always, all the photos, words and opinions in this blog are completely my own.

Bottle-feeding your baby should be a no-brainer, right? Step 1: buy a bottle. Step 2: fill bottle will breastmilk or formula. Step 3: feed bottle to baby. If only it were that simple. Before Liam was born, I actually returned most of the bottle-feeding items we received as gifts. I was convinced that I didn’t need tons of bottles laying around, but I couldn’t have been more wrong. It took us a long time to find a bottle that worked the way we needed it to. With Caleb, I had concerns about whether a different baby would have different bottle preferences or similar feeding issues we had with Liam. I was thrilled when Nuby reached out to see if they could send me their Nuby Comfort 360 Plus+ Silicone Anti-Reflux and Anti-Colic Bottle. Don’t forget to enter the giveaway at the bottom of this post if you’d like the opportunity to win a pair of bottles to try out yourself!

If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you may remember some of the details about my exclusive pumping journey with Liam. You can also read about it here. So while I never intended to use bottles to feed him, they became a necessary part of our story. And finding the right bottle to use was harder than we thought. His dairy sensitivity along with his tongue tie and upper lip tie caused him to have pretty severe reflux and colic. If we didn’t burp him every half an ounce, he would spit up the entire contents of his bottle after his feeding. The first several months of Liam’s life were pretty traumatic for our family when it came to feeding him. It’s not something I’d like to go through again.

So you can see why, since adding Caleb to our family, that choosing the right bottle is super important to us. Enter the Nuby Comfort 360 Plus+ bottle. It’s definitely been an adjustment because it is completely different than the bottles we ended up using with Liam. Or any of the bottles we tried before that. It’s obviously a lot bigger than the little formula bottles they give you at the hospital. And the nipple shape is larger and different than some of the straight-shaped nipples on the market. I would definitely describe it as more breast-like than the typical bottle.

Overall, I really like it. Like I said, it’s different than other bottles we’ve used in the past, so it’s taken some getting used to. Caleb also had a tongue tie, which we got revised recently. This has helped him get a better latch and become more efficient at feeding. Luckily, Caleb doesn’t seem to mind what kind of bottle we use as long as it has milk in it. But since I’ve had the experience of both trying to nurse and bottle feeding, I can definitely see this bottle’s physical high points. It’s performance, however, is where this bottle truly stands out.

The Nuby Comfort 360 Plus+ is a great choice for babies who suffer from reflux, GERD and colic. The Mayo Clinic and other leading baby resources recommend that babies be fed upright to reduce the effects of these issues. While you can feed upright using any bottle, it’s hard to figure out the correct positioning so that baby is upright but milk is able to get into the bottle nipple.

What really sets the Nuby bottle apart is that it has a weighted straw that follows the milk. This way, you can feed in any position that is most comfortable for you and your baby. The bottle also has anti-colic valves to prevent the baby from swallowing extra air. If your baby doesn’t seem to have any issues with reflux or colic, or if they’re old enough to have outgrown the symptoms, the straw is easily removable.

I also like that the bottle has a squeezable base to help with latch on and feeding. This is particularly helpful with newer or extra sleepy babies. Being able to squeeze out a teeny bit of milk onto their lips can help encourage finishing the feeding before falling asleep. I think it also helps with getting out the last little bit of milk from the bottle too.

Breastfeeding Caleb was not the right choice for our family this time around (although breastfeeding your adopted baby is such an incredible option). But if I were, this bottle is perfect for babies who are feeding both from a bottle and nursing. It has a breast-like shaped nipple. This allows the baby to maintain a similar latch to when he’s feeding at the breast. The softness of the nipple is also supposed to mimic the feel of mom’s skin when nursing. If we have another biological baby in the future, we will definitely be using these bottles in conjunction with nursing.

Another thing I love about the bottles is that the straw connects right into the nipple. Since there are minimal parts, it’s less likely for the bottle to leak. Whoever said that milk was not worth crying over clearly knew nothing about breast milk. There’s also a droplet-shaped mark on the cover and the base of the bottle. Matching these up allows you to visually tell that the top is on correctly. This not only ensures great performance but it also is another measure against leaking. And at 3 a.m., I need all the visual help I can get.

The bottles are also BPA-free and super easy to clean. I just toss the parts into the dishwasher (top rack). The straw can go in one of those dishwasher baskets. Easy peasy.

And I’m putting another photo here, because he’s just so cute! This is the first time I’ve posted photos of him on the blog. I can’t wait to share more with you! But you can also check out our Instagram feed for your daily baby fix. nuby-comfort-360-bottle-review-7

The NûbyTM ComfortTM 360 Plus +TM Anti- reflux & Anti-Colic Bottle range is exclusively available at Babies R’ Us stores and online.

Think you might want to try out these bottles yourself? Nuby has generously offered a 2 pk of their 8oz Comfort silicone bottles to one lucky winner. Head over to the giveaway image on my Instagram page at @littlefirebrigade and follow the steps to enter. Leave a comment here on the blog for an additional entry (don’t forget to leave your Instagram name!). I’d love to hear how old your little one is or when your due date is.

The giveaway will run until midnight EST on May 15, 2017. A winner will be chosen randomly using and announced on Instagram within 48 hours of the giveaway end. Open to U.S. residents only.

Disclosure: I received the Nuby Comfort 360+ bottles in exchange for this review. All words and opinions are completely my own. 

  • Lori Smith

    IG Name:lorismith28
    My due date is October 29th.ReplyCancel

  • Victoria

    Victorialeighrogers ~ my baby is 4 months old!ReplyCancel

  • first time mom and my son is 3 weeks old today, would love to win! poor little guy has acid reflux and gas bad been trying everything to help him!!! good luck to all. Instagram: kaylalynnguertinReplyCancel

  • Stephanie

    My baby is 11 months old now. We’re planning to try to have another soon! Great review, this bottle looks incredible! Instagram: mama.loving.lifeReplyCancel

  • Darlene Abraham

    My due date is October 25th 2017!ReplyCancel

  • Rocio Riden

    This giveaway is so cool! I’ve been dying to try one of these!

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    My son is 9 months old!ReplyCancel

  • Natalie stanfield

    IG: Nataliestanfield87
    I’m entering for my sister who is 4 days past her due date. She had a difficult time finding a bottle that her first baby would take so I would love to be able to help her find that perfect bottle with this baby!ReplyCancel

  • Linda Torres

    Hoping to win for my sister in-law who is due next week! Instagram Lsh724ReplyCancel

  • Courtney

    IG shes_a_runner25 my little boy will be 7 months old in a few days and has suffered from colic and severe gas. This is probably the only bottle we haven’t tried, but it looks awesome!ReplyCancel

  • Tiara Disney

    I’m due 7/01 with my first little one & would love to try these!ReplyCancel

  • Diane roberts

    Love this!
    My son is 9 months oldReplyCancel

  • bernice Cassady

    Thank You for the helpful reviewsReplyCancel

  • Desirea

    What is the difference in this one and the silicone one. Which one would. Be betterReplyCancel

  • Desirea

    Which one would be better. The silicone one or the other oneReplyCancel

  • Kim Brooks

    Our Favorite outside activity would be swimming and nature walks with my three year old
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  • JBentley

    My IG name is jbentley1 We plan on going to the beach this summer. I love to spend time with my family. We love to cook out and hang out together as a family. It doesn’t take a lot for us to have a great time. We enjoy the simple things in life.ReplyCancel

Liam’s been loving his swim lessons at Goldfish Swim School – we are too! I’m sure that learning to swim can be a slow work-in-progress, especially with littles. Jamie and I have watched Liam in his last several lessons. We both noticed that while he loves the lessons and going underwater, he isn’t a huge fan of getting water in his eyes. A big topic of discussion lately has been whether or not to get him a pair of swim goggles.

Personally, I’m not a fan of swim goggles. I’ve never liked or worn them. I don’t like how tight they have to be on my face and I can never seem to get a good seal. Jamie, on the other hand, wears his often. We joined the YMCA this year and Jamie likes wearing his swim goggles when he does laps in the pool. I’ll admit, I was skeptical. But we ordered him a pair of swim goggles to try out anyway. It wasn’t a huge investment, so we figured it was worth giving them a shot.

But first, we gave them a test run in the bathtub.

Once the bathtub test was a success, we brought them to Liam’s next lesson at Goldfish.

He dove right in with no hesitation. No longer worried about the water getting in his eyes, Liam could focus more on holding his breath and kicking his legs. Liam’s only had his swim goggles for a couple of lessons, but already, we’ve noticed a huge difference. It’s amazing how one little piece of equipment can make such a big difference.

The goggles are completely Liam-approved! And clearly, they’re not only for the pool or the bathtub. Liam proudly sports his around the house and in the car. They’re not the fashion statement I would personally make, but who am I to argue with it if they work?

Does your child wear goggles while swimming? Have you noticed if they help or not?

Also, I wanted to point out that May is Water Safety Awareness Month! As a parent, water safety is something that’s super important to me. It’s one of the reasons why we want Liam to learn hot to swim. Goldfish Swim School is hosting water safety events on May 20 from 4-6 p.m. at both the Dublin and Westerville locations. It sounds like so much fun, and it’s FREE! I know that Liam and I are going to try to make it out there, so hope to see you there too!

This post is part of our partnership with Goldfish Swim School. As always, all the photos, words and opinions in this blog are completely my own.

We’re still talking about our trip to The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis around here. It was such a jam-packed fun day and far exceeded all our expectations. Admittedly, my experience with children’s museums are fairly limited. But the fact that there was plenty for everyone (even adults) makes it a win in my book.

Here’s part 2 of our visit that I promised you. We have so many photos from our visit to the children’s museum that there were just too many for a single blog post. I also plan to recap our entire trip to Indianapolis in a later post. It may be a couple weeks, though, since we’re officially less than two weeks away from C’s due date.

When I last left you, we were learning about agriculture, geology and water ways in the ScienceWorks exhibit. From there, we stopped so Liam could take a spin in a race car before checking out the Playscape area.

The Playscape was the perfect place for Liam to run off some extra energy. Designed for ages 0-5, there are plenty of hands-on and sensory activities for little ones. Liam was instantly drawn to the large water table “creek” they have towards the entrance. They do have water-proof smocks available. Of course, my kid refuses to use one so his shirt got soaked. Thankfully, they have blow dryers nearby to help you dry off.

Liam was a little intimidated by the climbing/play section, but he eventually found his way through it. The more adventurous kids can find their way to a sailboat at the top. Even if they don’t, there are plenty of ways to get up, down and around all the leaf steps. Liam’s favorite, though, was the Sandbox. He could have stayed there all afternoon if we’d let him.

There’s also an art studio and a music room. While we were there, they even had a music class going on. I think if we lived in Indianapolis, we’d be regulars in the Playscape. If you’ve got really little ones, this area also has private nursing areas, family bathrooms and diaper-changing stations. They also have a separated section for babies. This way, they have a safe place to play and explore apart from the bigger kids.

While Liam played in the sand, I snuck over to check out the Power of Children exhibit. The exhibit is recommended for ages 8 and older, because it deals with some pretty heavy stories from the last century. It takes you on the journey of three children – Anne Frank, Ruby Bridges and Ryan White. Really they’re three incredible stories about discrimination and intolerance. All of which we can learn so much from. Not only does the exhibit do a great job at telling their stories, but it also highlights how we can make a difference for the future.

Then, we headed off to China. Okay, not literally. Although I would love that. Maybe someday. The children’s museum’s Take Me There: China exhibit takes you soaring across the ocean, high over the Great Wall and lands in China.

Once inside, the exhibit introduces you to Chinese music, art and modern culture. You can eat noodles at a Chinese restaurant, feed a baby panda bear, practice writing your Chinese characters or play a Chinese instrument. Jamie and I were able to explain to Liam about how his Tai Po (my grandmother) spent her childhood in China, returning to the United States as a teenager.

We remembered that we hadn’t had time to visit the Beyond Spaceship Earth exhibit before lunch, so we headed back down the the first floor. Here, kids can don space suits, fix their space shuttles and learn about life aboard a spaceship. There are plenty of hands-on activities in this area, so you could easily spend a good chunk of time learning about NASA and space exploration. If you have the time, you can also check out the Schaeffer Planetarium.

Since this was towards the end of our day, we were all a little tired from walking around. The theater was the perfect opportunity to sit down for a minute and take a break. Currently, the Schaefer Planetarium has the famous Liberty Bell 7 on display in the theater. It was pretty cool to see up close. We only stayed to see a small portion of the video (because, toddlers) but it was interesting to see some of Gus Grissom’s story. There’s even a light show to go along with it.

Next to the space exhibit is the Treasures of the Earth exhibit. This exhibit was probably one of my favorites, because it offered a really good look at some of the world’s most incredible artifacts. Kids can “explore” a deep sea shipwreck, complete with the required scuba gear to find it. Or navigate their way through an Egyptian tomb. Or help reconstruct an ancient Terra Cotta Warrior (something that’s on my bucket list to see in person someday). Just a warning – those Terra Cotta Warrior pieces are quite a bit heavier than they appear.

There’s also a science lab in this exhibit. We missed seeing any work actually being done here, but it was still pretty cool to see a real pirate cannon on display. Apparently the cannon is from a ship commandeered by Captain Kidd in 1699.

We needed another break after this. We stumbled upon the Fireworks of Glass exhibit. We’d passed this area several times throughout the day, but it was always crowded with families. In the late afternoon, though, we had it all to ourselves. It’s the perfect place to just sit and take in some beautiful glass art. Chihuly is one of my favorite artists. I was first introduced to his work when we lived in Nashville and he had an exhibit at Cheekwood. I’ve been a huge fan ever since. At the children’s museum, you can definitely spend a ton of time looking at the 43-foot Chihuly sculpture that rises up through the whole museum. But you can also create your own sculpture using plastic shapes that look just like the real thing.

I didn’t to a ton of research on the children’s museum before we went, so I didn’t realize how they end every day. Do you know?

It’s a parade! They end every day with a parade. And not the kind that you watch – the kind that you get to be a part of. It’s a blast for the kids. But really, I can’t think of a better way to ensure that everyone gets out of the building at closing time. It was one mass exit and into the gift shop (for a souvenir or two). And it was so much fun. Liam loved waving good-bye to all the staff and holding his flag.

A few tips to note, if you’re planning to visit the Children’s Museum:

  • Buy your tickets early to save money. The earlier you purchase tickets, the more you save. Prices go up the closer you get to the day you want to go. For instance, our friends purchased their tickets the week before we bought ours. We ended up paying about a dollar more per ticket than they did. Of course, buying early also means that you’re locked into the day you chose. The day we decided to go to the children’s museum ended up being the nicest day of our trip. If you prefer to have more flexibility in your schedule and want to see what the weather’s like the week you plan to go, you may prefer to wait.
  • Plan to get there early. Not because there’s a line, but because there’s so much to do and see. You can always leave before closing time if you decide not to spend the entire day there. But getting there as soon as the museum opens allows you the opportunity to maximize your time there.
  • Do your research. There is so much to do and see at the museum that you may want to go with a (flexible) plan. Make sure you know which exhibits you don’t want to miss and which ones you don’t mind skipping if you run out of time. If you’re more local to Indianapolis and plan to visit the children’s museum regularly, know which exhibits are leaving when. Visit your favorites as much as possible until they’re gone.
  • Leave your expectations at home. All-day excursions like this can be overstimulating for many kids. Especially littles like toddlers who will skip nap time as the result of a long day. Be flexible in knowing that things may not go as you planned. And be aware when your child needs a little break before heading into another exhibit.

Are you planning your own trip to The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis? Let me know how much fun you have! And if there are any new exhibits we should check out on our next visit! Or have you been there before? What’s your favorite part?

  • Rose H

    I’m planning on going to visit my mother. She wants to see baby girl already it’s been a long time since we have seen grandmother so that will be fun . @rose_16hReplyCancel

  • Chrissy Durbin

    I can’t wait to take my little one on adventures too. A few that we have planned are: Going to Cedar Point amysement park, taking a trip to Arkansas, the zoo and even to the county fair!

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  • Elizabeth S

    I’m planning on having my first child this summer! All of my adventures will be figuring out the joys of motherhood with my baby girl! Following on IG @mama.u.say.b.oReplyCancel