Did you ever go to the circus as a kid? I did. In the States, we had the famous Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus. Dubbed as ‘THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH’ this was a big deal. Clowns, animals and over priced drink galore but we looked forward to going when we could afford … More The circus came to town!
The weather is warming up so that means it time to get back out into the playgrounds again. Earlier this year when I mentioned my goals to do MORE, one of my projects (that I didn’t mention) was to do more video. So instead of doing a post of pictures, here is a video I put … More City Gardens: Giardino Vittime di Femminicidio
A while back I wrote about my struggles with procrastination and being inspired. Perhaps it was the weather but lately I have had a creative push. I’ve noticed I’m not the only one. It seems that quite a few of my friends are transitions into different phases in their lives and this has somehow motivated me … More Day in the life #2
*This post was started a few months ago but I’ve just now been able to edit the video. We love watching YouTube videos. What’s up Moms is an obvious favorite and the girls love Cool School. So when both of these channels posted DIY slime videos we couldn’t pass up this opportunity to try … More DIY SLIME
For as long as I can remember, my parents have always wondered how the girls are able to switch back and forth between English and Italian. It’s not the fact they are speaking it but how they’re able to know when to switch. It’s not like us that we consciously know when to speak which language. … More Bilingual Babies: Switching languages
After my month long hiatus from running I was ready to get back into the swing of things. I would have 2 girls in school soon and I would just have one little monkey at home. Going back to my running routine would be easy but I really needed the motivation and by that I … More The motivation playlist
Before Miss V was born, we had already decided which method we’d be using for our kids. We decided on OPOL (one parent one language) and luckily enough, it has worked very well. I hear stories from other parents where the community, (and/or family) aren’t supportive of the minority language. This makes me so sad because … More Bilingual Babies
There aren’t enough words to describe how much Miss E is loved. She’s seriously the cutest little girl and she’s so sweet. I thought I’d make another video using the OneDay app.
Earlier this month, Jenn at BabyMakingMachine wrote a post about apps to track your childs special moments. I thought I’d try one and see how it works. I chose the OneDay app. It’s free on iTunes with in app purchases. This app is super easy to use with fun prompts to choose from. You basically … More VIDEO: 5 minutes with Baby C