On the blog today! I posted a list of 10 ways I'm rocking motherhood because sometimes I like to focus on what I'm doing RIGHT instead of counting all the mistakes I make. If you're a mom, I really want to know, how are you #rockingmotherhood? Seriously. Don't be modest. Brag about yourself. I give you permission.
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My February challenge is to get outdoors and take photos of the places you love. I love mountains most, because I feel the grandeur of nature when I see their snow capped peaks. Where do you Love the Outdoors?
Skiing with my kids yesterday was the perfect remedy for my grouchy, depressed, overwhelmed mood. Anyone else have a medical need for fresh air?
I sometimes fall into the trap of talking about getting outdoors with my kids more than ACTUALLY getting outdoors with my kids. Not today. Little G and I had an Outdoor Valentines Day scavenger hunt. I'd rather ski or snowboard, but I'll take what I can get. What did you do outdoors today?
I found this paw print outside my door, like a little high five from nature. What do you love about the outdoors?
I'm sick of posting snow photos, so here are some cute balloon flowers instead. They're just one Valentine's Day gift idea from my His and Hers Valentine's Day gift guide live on my blog - MountainMomandTots.com!
Two weeks ago we rocked the tow rope while she told me I HATE skiing, I'm never skiing again! Yesterday she happily tried skiing backwards after seeing someone else do it. When my daughter decides she likes something, get out of her way!
These man made ice formations look so awesome! Thanks for letting us check out your creations @icecastles_
Beauty is everywhere. Where do you go to find yours?
Have you signed up for February's outdoor challenge yet? It's a great way to get outdoors with kids, even in winter. Check it out at www.mountainmomandtots.com.