Hey Mamas! Let’s talk health for a few. Not the kids health, yours! I know, I know, how dare I bring something to the table for you and not the kids?! As Mamas we run it all and if we’re not 100% (or close to it) we can’t run anything.
Way back when I was pregnant I wrote this about child care. Now that Camille is actually in day care (today’s her first day…eek) I have a different perspective on things. Not to say that post is trash, it has some useful tips, but now I have more tips. Grab some tea and read along.
You mean to tell me you’ve never been IN the circus? No? Me either. But if you go see the UniverSoul Circus you stand a chance of scratching that off your bucket list!
Last week my cousin, her daughter (age 4), Camille (age 1) and I went to see the UniverSoul Circus in Baltimore, MD. We had a ball! Of our group, I was the only one that’s seen the show before. I’ve actually seen it about three times over the past 20 years.
As always the performers were AMAZING and the crowd participation was awesome. The Ring Master and performers randomly choose people from the audience to participate in a dance contest, improve skits, a beach ball toss and more. So yes, you could end up on stage participating in the UniverSoul Circus! Now check that off your to-do list.
How the kids reacted:
Rai (age 4) enjoyed it all! Her eyes lit up, she clapped and sang along. The cotton candy was the icing on the cake for her.
Camille (age 1) had to figure what in the world was going on. She really had to warm up to the crowd, lights and loud music. After she came around she enjoyed herself. She danced and laughed herself sleepy.
How the adults reacted:
Elle enjoyed the diversity more than anything, as did I. All the performing groups were from different parts of the world and all brought a different flavor than the next. Men danced on stilts, women did the limbo under a fire, there were dirt bikes flying through the air, contortionists and much more!
For my animal activists:
I couldn’t help but think about the animals myself. I know many animal people boycott the circus and I understand why. I must say UniverSoul has limited the number of animals and time the animals spend on stage over the years. I know, not completely animal free but it made me feel good and gave hope that animals may no longer be a part of the circus in the coming years.
Would I go again?
Of course! I loved that the UniverSoul Circus was a family event that had a little something for everyone.
Have you seen the UniverSoul Circus yet? If so, let me know what you thought. If not, click here for showtimes and tickets.
Oh yeah, check my Instagram for pics & video clips from the UniverSoul Circus!
Hey Mamas! I hope all is well! I just wanted to drop in real quick to let you know about Family Fun Day in Baltimore at Power Plant Live! It’s happening this Saturday, June 3rd from 12-4.
Who: You and your family
What: Having a blast at Family Fun Day! There will be face painting, pony rides, games, an inflatable obstacle course and more!
When: Saturday June 3rd, 2017 12 noon – 4PM
Where: Power Plant Live (Downtown Baltimore)
Why: To get the kids out of the house, get Summer off to a great start and most important to support Volunteering Untapped.
Cost: Yup, just $5 and all proceeds go to Volunteering Untapped
The Best Part: This is only the first event of the summer! There will be a Family Fun Day July 9th and August 5th as well!
So…will I we see you there? I sure hope so. Tweet me @_TheMamaDen so we can meet and snap selfies together!
I know right? Why on earth would I feed my kid frozen meals with all those “ingredients” and sodium? Well, I didn’t…and don’t plan to. But no shade if that’s your thing. When I was given the opportunity to try frozen meals by Luvo I was skeptical. I definitely checked out the website before committing. Obviously I was impressed enough to accept the offer and I’m so glad I did!
I was able to read the entire package without pulling out my science dictionary and the nutritional facts didn’t make me feel like I’d need a lifetime prescription for HCTZ post consumption. Was that too much medical jargon? My bad. Anyhoo, after reading the packaging and website I was a bit concerned about taste. Could a freezer meal that’s not terrible for you actually taste good? I had to wait and see.