(Still) Boobin’ On 18 Months Later

How wonderful that August is Breastfeeding Awareness Month and my little Kaiju is turning 18 months old? There’s tons of research and literature out there proving the benefits of breastfeeding. But, while I’m over here in Japan where nursing is a given, it’s so so so weird to see #freethenipple, #normalizebreastfeeding, and #blackwomendobreastfeed campaigns all …

How To Spend Summer in Tokyo With A Baby Or Toddler

Today is Umi no Hi (Ocean Day) which unofficially means that summer has started in Japan! Unfortunately, the rising temperatures might discourage you from heading out with your little ones. I‘ve rounded up a few fun ways to beat the heat if you’re wondering how to spend summer in Tokyo with a baby or toddler.

FREE EBook – The 10 Best Japanese Superfoods For Babies and Toddlers

As a first-time mom, there’s plenty of stuff I swore I’d never do. But, nearly 17 months into this journey, I’m breaking all my rules. I preach the wonders of babywearing. And, when it comes to baby food, I’m pretty much a crunchy granola mom carefully reading all the labels and preparing (most of) my …