Tag Archives: carfree toddler

The Ride Home

There are wonderful things about raising a kid who rides public transit. I love that H. is out in the world, interacting with all kinds of people, all the time, and not just with the people we decide and arrange … Continue reading

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Carfree toddler (and grown up) concerts this week

H’s grandma (aka Angela’s mom, aka “Baba”) tipped us off about a series of great toddler-friendly T-accessible activities this week. All this week there are free guitar concerts inside South Station hosted by the Boston Classical Guitar Society. Yesterday, H … Continue reading

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Surviving carfree babyhood

We recently got an interesting comment from Charlotte of Chic Cyclist, on the thread about how we gave up our car. Charlotte writes: “some vestigial teenager in me clings to the ‘option’ of having a car somewhere, just in case. … Continue reading

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Walking in the Winter with our Toddler

We have made a lot of progress on walking with H since we posted about it five months ago. H has gotten older and is more physically skilled and she’s gotten a lot of practice at walking. Some credit for … Continue reading

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Carfree+Pregnant+Toddler+Winter

So far, I can’t really say pregnancy + being car-free + toddler + winter is my favorite combination ever. Here’s my bullet point highlights (actually, mostly whines) so far: If we owned a car right now, you’d better believe I … Continue reading

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Car-free toddler development

Upon arrival home last night, Angela reported the following conversation with H earlier in the evening: H: Where Mama?A: Mama is taking the train home.H: Mama on the train?A: Yep.H: Mama go to Alewife?A: Yep. It’s not in any of … Continue reading

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