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Flying tips from baby to toddler

A snapshot of my “go bag” for traveling with a toddler. (Sarah Abruzzese) So one thing I’ve already learned about traveling with my son is that every flight is different. On his first flight age three months, it was easy […]

Flying tips from baby to toddler

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A snapshot of my “go bag” for traveling with a toddler. (Sarah Abruzzese) So one thing I’ve already learned about traveling with my son is that every flight is different. On his first flight age three months, it was easy […]

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Where have you been?

Returning to the United States after two years in Canada. (Sarah Abruzzese) If you read what I posted here on the Baltimore Post-Examiner over two years ago, you may be wondering where I've been.

Edmonton: Finding French Pastry at Duchess Bake Shop

EDMONTON —  I despaired when I moved to this city of ever finding a coffee shop that would even come close to my favorite DC hangout — Patisserie Poupon. Imagine

Celebrating a Canadian Thanksgiving or Two

EDMONTON— Our first Canadian Thanksgiving felt and tasted achingly familiar. Reminding me of our country’s New England beginnings, this statutory holiday celebrates the harvest and other events of the past

Crossing the Canadian Border

EDMONTON — I’d heard so many horror stories about crossing the border into Canada that I triple checked everything before even approaching the guard. Think what you want about my

Edmonton: New adventure

EDMONTON— It has been so long since I’ve written that this feels like a completely fresh endeavour. So much has changed these past weeks. We’re in a new country and

Visiting Portland: Le Pigeon

PORTLAND — It is fitting that our last meal in Portland was our best meal in Portland. Honestly I hadn’t expected such an exceptional meal as the one served at

Visiting Portland: Must see places on a day out

PORTLAND— There is nothing I like more than waking up and just wandering a city when I’m on vacation. Starting the day off with a luxuriously long breakfast looking over

Visiting Portland: Pok Pok

PORTLAND — Perhaps the bathroom is not the best place to begin a food review but what I found in the unisex restroom at Pok Pok made me laugh. Hanging

Visiting Portland: The Meadow

PORTLAND — Visiting The Meadow was an unexpected and rather mind blowing treat. I hadn’t heard of the artisanal salt, bitters, chocolate, flower and vermouth store before — clearly due to

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