Monthly Archives: April 2010

Brotherly Love – Stroller Hikes Weekly E-Newsleter (1)

Brotherly Love Max will be a brother in less than two months, and as a “planner,” I’ve been seeking ways to prep him for his new role. Help comes in all shapes and sizes, as our Toddler Trek showed us, yesterday. We had a wonderful Toddler Trek, especially alongside the creek at Rancho San Antonio, […]

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Pitter Patter – Stroller Hikes Weekly Newsletter (1)

Pitter Patter My husband and son are off to visit cousins afar this weekend, and in my quite round state (I am 8 months pregnant), I stayed home, assuming that I might otherwise make airplane staff and passengers nervous. It’s a blessing and a curse to have the duo gone. I have quiet time to […]

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Kid Time! – Stroller Hikes Weekly Newsletter (4)

Kid Time! Yesterday we got talking about pushing kids too hard into things like conformity, structured learning, and abstract concepts like algebra. On the adult end of things, I wonder if we’re pushed a little too hard in the workplace, particularly when trying to balance home, social, and cultural commitments. Hoorah for kid time – […]

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My Precious: Stroller Hikes Weekly Newsletter (1)

My Precious The title of this newsletter might bring recollections of Gollum and his dear ring. Parallel to his deep-rooted passion for something which often eludes him, and something that is often well hidden or overlooked, are those treasures we might find in nature. This weekend, billions of children will embark on their quests for […]

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