Author Archives: Hannah

Midwest, most best.

Yes, I realize that title is corny and grammatically awkward. Don’t care – my blog, my rules. Somehow this blog turned into “All the travels we are squeezing in,” and hopefully that will end soon for a riveting series of … Continue reading

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This & That.

Somehow I packed the second half of our summer with more travel and visitors than I realized. It’s been fun, but a little crazy. Last week my parents came to town all week, and my brother and his wife came … Continue reading

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Days like this.

To the person who worries that being a parent means you never get to go do fun things anymore; to the new parent who hates the chaos that life has become, who fears that this crush of unpredictable newborns and … Continue reading

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Summer check-in (and the Hive!)

Somehow I blinked and August is here tomorrow. Usually I am fine with this, as August means August Recess, and more time with James, and I pretty much want it to last forever. Instead of feeling like just the end … Continue reading

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Traveling [to France] with your [13.5 month old] baby.

Because let’s be honest: every location and age has its pitfalls and joys, its tricks and tips and my experience amounts to a whopping one baby, in a select number of places. I do not at all claim to be … Continue reading

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The best part of our trip…

…wasn’t the perfect waters of Lake Annecy, or the views from the top of the mountain. It wasn’t the evening strolls along the canals or the endless dishes of tartiflette. It wasn’t revisiting places I love in Paris, or spending … Continue reading

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Paris with my people.

I always find my way back to Paris, and it was almost a given that any trip to Europe had to include it. I had originally planned that we would get a leisurely morning after our overnight flight to have … Continue reading

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