Three nights in Toronto with three generations, including a Toddler! Was an absolute blast, but we did need a recovery day after 😉 Traveling with little ones is never easy, but seeing the expression on their faces when they experience so many new things makes it all worth it. Click HERE to read my blog on travel tips for your toddler.
*Scroll to the end to see the new outfit inspired by this trip -> Now available on Etsy.*
We enjoyed living the city life for a few days, having fresh lattes and pastries for breakfast. It gave us the energy we need to navigate through the subway (not easy with a stroller).
CN Tower by day and night. We hit a perfect sunny day for touring the tower. Completely stroller accessible, which was a plus!
Next up was Niagara Falls! We went on a tour. Stopped at a winery, drank some amazing ice wine and grape juice for my little (can you tell she loooooved it!), visited Niagara on the Lake (such a beautiful town), had lunch at the Sheraton (amazing view of the falls) and went on the Hornblower boat tour (such a blast!!).
All suited up for the boat ride. We told Emma she looked like a dinosaur! Can you tell by her expressions… 😛
And this is when my camera lens got wet 🙁
My Tula carrier was definably a must! Especially for the Blue Jays game! I’m also loving my new sweatshirt from Live Love North. It is super cozy and no hood, which makes wearing my toddler that must easier.
Although none of us are really baseball fans, we figured that going to a Jays game was the thing to do while in Toronto, so needless to say, we got all decked out in Jays gear and became fans! Was so much fun and now I want to go again 🙂 I’m pretty sure the highlight for Emma was the foot long hot dog and popcorn!
And what is a trip without fabric shopping? We ventured through China Town and hit up about 5 shops all within a block. I picked up few new fabrics, one of which inspired the new outfit below!
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