I have read a lot about outdoor parenting over the years. These five books stand out.
If snacking was just up to my toddler, our diets would be made up of 90% crackers. At this age, finding the right foods for those little bellies can be tricky, especially since their preferences flip-flop from one day to the next. A busy family need snacks that are yummy and nutritious, but also quick and easy to make. Here are three of my favourite recipes for egg-free, dairy-free, gluten-free, and no-sugar-added snacks.
I have been blogging here on adventurousparents.com since May 2012. Interestingly, I didn’t become a parent until 10 months later, and I started this website before I even got pregnant. Of course the topic was on my mind before we decided to start a family. In fact, our concern about giving up our lives as outdoor adventurers was the catalyst for this whole project.
Over the years I have used this website to reflect on the transition to parenthood, to dig into tough topics (some controversial) and to give my readers a window into what this transition actually looks like. These posts have always proved to be the most popular, perhaps because they are as honest as my writing comes online. Honesty and rawness resonate with people, and help others to open up. I have greatly appreciated the discussion that follows.
These posts speak to the highs and lows of parenthood as someone who also loves outdoor adventure.
Sometimes the easiest way to absorb information is to actually have it in your hands – not on a screen. That’s why I’ve created two new e-guides for adventurous parents, Adventure Travel with a Baby: 40+ Tips and Insights and Essential Gear for Travelling with a Baby (a handy checklist for packing!).