Teaching Geography to a Toddler: Fails Included

I’ve recently started working on geography with our toddler, Muffin.   This is not because her future was planned out in advance with a fancy notebook and even fancier pen. It’s not because my husband and I have purchased some special curriculum.  Nor is it because I’ve enrolled her in a once a week class as some homeschooling moms do… Read More

A Guest Post From…My Child

Hi Everyone!  This is Muffin here, doing my first post!  I’m so excited!   (And they say I have a short attention span, so I need to be quick!)   Like my Mom, I love to write, but mostly on walls, floors, doors, clothes, and tables, in books, and on myself!  My.. Read More

Hatch Green Chili & Horse Country

Photo Credit: https://www.lospoblanos.com/

When I didn’t think Albuquerque could get much better, a drive down Route 66 for a green chili breakfast, and winding up in scenic horse country, with Peublo Revival style estate homes nestled amongst Cottonwood Trees, and a stop at Los Poblanos Ranch changed all that.   After a round.. Read More

Albuquerque is Beautiful

Photo Credit: http://fineartamerica.com/featured/sandia-mountains-jared-campbell.html

Thirty minutes after I hopped into the front seat of my friend’s SUV at the Albuquerque airport yesterday, three car seats and boosters across the middle row, and nosed out into the sunshine, windows down, excitedly catching up, I was in love with this city.   Maybe it’s the Sandia.. Read More

Solo Travelling Mom!

Phoenix airport

It’s been a little bit of a whirlwind since yesterday afternoon when I booked a last minute flight to see a friend out west!   Some might say, “How nice of you!” but truth is, as soon as I realized it was even a possibility it just felt right.  It.. Read More