Ever since I became a mom, people often ask me “how is your yoga coming along?”. Occasionally I’ll pop into poses for the gram, but that’s not really what Yoga is right? It’s more than the poses, the flexibility, the perfect angles. Yoga is a rhythm that connects you with your surroundings, it makes you FEEL. Yoga is love, it’s happiness, it can be whatever you need it to be to help face your fears. It changed me, and made a HUGE difference in my life – this is how I found Yoga.
How many times have you said sorry for your child? At a restaurant, when they’re clanking on the table with a spoon? On a plane, when they’re getting fussy because they don’t want to be strapped in? Or anywhere beyond the walls of your own home? Hey, I’m Canadian and we love saying “sorry”, but why do I say it for Lyla? It’s because I don’t want to be judged by others for the way I take care of my child, I’m afraid of being mom shamed. Continue reading
We survived our first year of parenthood! To commemorate this special occasion, we celebrated Lyla’s first birthday with our close friends and family. I had no idea how much planning went into organizing a child’s first birthday!
By the fact that I have a baby girl, whose first birthday we just celebrated – this final part should NOT make you cry! Continue reading
Guess who’s back – back again! Sorry about the heaviness in Part 1, it gets a bit heavier in this part as well, but I promise there’s a happy ending! Continue reading
I never talked about Lyla’s birth, or about how we came about wanting to have a baby. I didn’t know how to share it, because Moe and I were a bundle of mixed emotions – helpless, excited, scared, nervous. So here goes nothing, or everything. Continue reading