Baby L’s Llama Room
My kids’ nurseries have always been something I liked to work on after they were born. Though I would always start with something while I was pregnant — a blanket or a mobile — I just like the idea of working on the room when they are here and while I get to know them.
How to Prepare for Travel with an Infant and/or Toddler (lists included!)
I always had it in my mind that we would travel lots while I was on mat-leave. And luckily we were able to go some pretty wicked trips in when we had my son — Florida, Portugal, Iceland, California, and we even managed a road trip to Minnesota before he was a year and a half. And now that we have a second little bundle of joy, we’ve added an all-inclusive trip to our list of travels with littles. So now I feel like I have enough knowledge about what to pack while travelling with an infant and a toddler and have my tried and tested lists that I turn to each time we have a trip coming up.
I’m hosting a Workshop!
Baby number two is 6 months old and I feel like it’s taken me this long to finally get into the swing of things. Some might say two under two + freelance design + side hustle Etsy shop + prepping for craft shows + planning events with a mommy group would be enough. But I like to keep things fresh… LOL. So I am VERY excited to announce that I will be hosting a workshop this Spring on how to make a felt succulent garden.
I’m a vendor at Etsy Made in Canada this year!
This has been one crazy year so far, and if moving and having another baby aren’t enough, I’ve also been chosen to be a vendor at the annual Etsy Made in Canada show (the Burlington edition). Actually, let’s make it crazier and do the show ONE WEEK before my estimated due date. Yeah, no biggie. 😉
The top 4 things people get wrong about User Experience
User experience design, or UX, isn’t just a trendy buzzword… it’s essential if you’re looking to create products for people, and isn’t that what every organization aims to do? It’s easy to see when businesses treat UX as afterthought because it leads to products that are not intuitive and services that alienate customers and clients.