July 27, 2017

That Mama Bear instinct has only come out a couple times since baby’s birth six months ago.  One time was when an off-leash dog came running at baby.  I would have thrown myself in front of that rabid dog if needed.  If he had been rabid.  Or even a mean dog.  Turns out he was neither and just wanted to play.  But that’s not the point...  It’s instinctive to want to protect your child, and when it happens, it feels completely innate.

One way you definitely want to protect your child that may not feel so instinctive is from the sun.  That big, bad, and beautiful sun!  If you’re outdoors a lot lik...

June 10, 2017

It’s that lush, beautiful time in New England when everyone wants to spend time outside in the sunshine… but if one thing is keeping them in, it’s ticks.   Concerns peak from May through July, when people get more tick bites and tick-borne illnesses than any other time of year.  It’s a common discussion topic and concern among parents.  There’s also a lot of misinformation out there. 

I’ve found that part of mommying is worrying—a large part.  We worry about every thing our child does, doesn’t do, might do, or might not do.  When you spend a lot of time outdoors, much of your worrying might be about ticks...

Please reload

Exploring Outdoors with Children and Babies

Wike: (v) to walk or hike; (n) a walk or hike, usually used when referring to a short hike or long walk in nature.


Nature and Wellness Enthusiast, New Mom, Educator

About Me



Please reload

© 2017 by Wike Baby. Created with Wix.com

This site was designed with the
website builder. Create your website today.
Start Now