Finding Our Groove in Opunake

Tonight I can hear the ocean waves crashing on Opunake Beach as the sun sets just out of view. The tide is rising, swallowing sand as it creeps its way onto the shore. Sand castles are washed away into oblivion – each grain of sand floating off into the big blue.

Sometimes it’s comforting to know that at the end of the day everything will be washed away. As sad as it is to say goodbye to some experiences, we get to say goodbye to the bad ones with the good. This too shall pass. It’s a reminder to appreciate the moment, especially when it’s a good one, because you won’t be able to hang onto it forever.

New Partnership with Mountain Baby!

Just a quick post to say that I have been approached by the founder of Mountain Baby, an outdoor gear provider based out of Nelson, British Columbia, expressing a desire to partner with me and The Adventures in Parenthood Project. For over 18 years they have been providing families with the things they need to be in nature, be active, and thrive together (sounds right up my alley!).