Traveling for our annual summer road trip to see our beloved Cubbies play baseball against a Midwest rival was out of the plans this year. COVID-19 shutdown baseball season for a while and even though the players are back on the field, spectators aren’t allowed back in the stadium. Hoping to visit every baseball park […]Read more "Summer Staycation"
We drove more than 700 miles round trip to watch our beloved Chicago Cubs play the Reds at the Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, Ohio over the weekend. It was a long road driving down Route 65 through Indiana, but we made it in one piece with a three-year-old who refused to nap in […]Read more "Baseball in The Queen City"
Disclaimer: No, this is not a pregnancy announcement. After an exciting year of baseball adventures with our son (Cubs Con in Chicago and Spring Training in Arizona), throwing a Cubs-themed party was fitting for his second birthday. We hosted a big 40+ friends and family in a rental space in celebration of his first birthday. It […]Read more "Let’s Play Two"
I like to think we’re fearless parents (although I have a lot of fears when it comes to parenting). We bring our kid with us everywhere. We do our grocery shopping together. We take him to movies. We bring him to date night dinners, hockey games and sports conventions. It’s hard to imagine a life […]Read more "Arizona Spring Training"
We headed to Chicago for the 33rd Annual Cubs Convention at Sheraton Grand Hotel off Michigan Avenue at the end of a cold January. But winter in the Windy City doesn’t scare us. We’re veterans. Passes for the Cubs Convention sold out quickly. We were some of the lucky fans who scored the hotel package […]Read more "Cubs Con"
We’re lifelong Chicago Cubs fans, so it was a no-brainer that we’d go for a trip to Wrigley Field for our son’s first ballgame. We took a week off work for a “stay-cation” and this was an easy trip to scratch off our summer bucket list. We couldn’t wait to take our three-month-old baby for […]Read more "Go Cubs Go"
My maternity leave is quickly coming to an end as summer begins. Here are some things that I want to do around Chicago with the baby as the temps warm up and we can go outside to play (I was going to type “without a hat,” but we’ll be exchanging our winter hats for bucket […]Read more "Summer Bucket List"