I’ve got interviews with AdventureTykes.com and OutsideMom.com waiting to be posted, but this past week I received news that made a certain little announcement imperative to post. This past week, Mountain Mama, the maternity wear company for women who play outside, asked me to come on board as a brand ambassador! Yes, so what this means is that…
My conversation with Chris went in a direction I could never have predicted. For weeks I’d been talking to outdoor adventurers of all kinds, none who had ever lost sight of the role that their outdoor passions play in their lives (or at least they hadn’t mentioned it). But though he had enjoyed outdoor activities since he was a kid and truly needed the outdoors to keep a clear mind, Chris went through a stage just prior to having kids when the rat race really took over and his commitment to the outdoors evaporated.
You’ll find this happy crew of five rafting, backpacking, biking, camping, hiking and skiing whenever they get the chance. It takes a lot of planning and preparation (just check out this post on Tips for Camping with an Infant), but one trip after another, they are proving that it just takes a bit of creativity and research to pursue adventurous activities with your kids.
Since the beginning, I’ve wanted The Adventures in Parenthood Project to provide some hands-on resources and a well-rounded scope of the challenges and circumstances unique to outdoor adventurers.
Some of these adventurous parents, such as Caroline George, are exerting themselves at very high levels. But they don’t often have a team helping them keep their own health in check, particularly their nutrition. Proper nutrition is an important key to staying happy and healthy in our lives, as individuals and as caregivers.