The past couple of years on this blog I’ve designated the week of New Year’s as “Highlight Week.” In addition to reflecting on last year’s goals and next year’s goals (that post will be up on Thursday…), it’s a chance to revisit posts that were particularly popular (that’s this post!) For those of you that are relatively new Cragmama readers, here’s some goodies that you may have missed throughout the year. And for those of you that have been reading for a while, it’ll be a stroll down memory lane! Posts were selected based on initial visitors, long-term traffic, and…Read the rest of this entry →
Monthly Archives: December 2013
It’s not every day that our family gets to try explore a new climbing area within a day’s drive. Our original plan for a midweek holiday climbing escape involved local rock at Crowders Mountain. But when my friend Tonya, (who happens to be 32 weeks pregnant herself), suggested a day trip to a “new” area that’s been getting a fair amount of buzz recently, our ears perked up. When we saw that it was just under an hour and a half away and that the approach time was literally ZERO, it was music to our preggo ears! Much more enticing…Read the rest of this entry →
From our house to yours, Merry Christmas! I hope everyone is able to take plenty of time to enjoy being together as a family over the next few days! This will be my only post this week – come back next week for Highlight Week!
Even though our little guy is not quite so little anymore (birthday number 4 coming up this spring!!!), I still regularly get questions about the best gear for infants. And while we certainly had our go-to gear favorites when it came to adventuring with the crag-kiddo, the gear junkie in me is thrilled to try out the latest and greatest in infant outdoor gear! (And as a side note, I’m shocked at all the stuff that is on the market NOW as opposed to just a few short years ago…) That being said, I’m very excited about the opportunity to…Read the rest of this entry →
What do you get after 2 solid days of torrential rains and frosty wind gusts? A stir-crazy toddler and mama-to-be with a horrible case of cabin fever! I sure am thankful for companies like STONZ and Ducksday that believe in providing top quality outerwear for kids, otherwise C would have been a cold, wet mess once the storms died down to a steady drizzle and we ventured out! I was excited because we really did have the perfect conditions for testing all of our new gear – the wind and rain had died down enough to make it less…Read the rest of this entry →