Goodness, what a year it has been. A year full of fun-filled memories as a family and great milestones as a mother and entrepreneur. A year full of challenges I thought would crush me and exasperating situations that left me feeling like I’d never catch a break. A year full of learning and growing, laughing and crying. Isn’t it the same for all of us?
But I’m here on the last day of 2015 and I made it. That is the important thing. We are on the edge, ready to dive into another year, and one glance at the calendar tells me it will be nothing short of adventurous. For now, let’s take a glance backwards at the past year and the posts that made it into the Top 10 here on AdventurousParents.com.
By far the most popular post on this site for the third year in a row, this is a simple list of tips for camping with the bambino for the first time.
Again, looks like folks are looking for tips that help them take their families into the outdoors. I love seeing people searching for answers and making it happen!
Oh, winter…not an easy time for parents with little kids. Thanks to some awesomely mindful companies, getting outside in the bitter cold is getting a bit easier (zip-up one-piece fleece suits, anybody?).
This wasn’t an article, but it was the 4th most viewed page on the website. Looks like people like a nice handy list of outdoor gear recommendations for maternity, nursing and little kids. Here it is.
We entered a whole new phase as outdoor parents when the little one wanted to start hiking on her own. How did we manage it?
Oh, the infamous camping fiasco of 2015. Thankfully, the little one is already asking to try camping again. Here’s the story of what went wrong.
When I was pregnant, everyone told me I would “bounce back” quickly because I was active and healthy. This so wasn’t true. I decided to write about it to help new mamas understand it isn’t always that easy.
Want to have a positive influence on your child and help you get through the sometimes repetitious day-to-day activities of parenthood? These six words may change your perspective.
My breakthrough moment of 2015 – feeling vitality return to my body after a few years of heaviness and discouragement. Was motherhood this hard for everyone?
Before your kid is born it’s easy to make a commitment to getting outside as much as possible as a family. But, for many us, reality sets in when we realize we have a little person we’re dealing with – one with likes, dislikes, needs and preferences. Here’s how to deal with it.
Thanks again for all your support this past year! Here’s to an amazing 2016.