What We’ve Been Up To! An Update In Pregnancy Adventures (and photos) for Weeks 14-20

How the time flies by! We have been tremendously busy around our house through the months of March and April, which is pretty typical for the Spring season as everything wakes up from the wintertime again. Since our last post, we’ve gleaned quite a bit of new information on Waterbear and seen quite a few sights with Waterbear, including a very first… Read more →

Big Announcement, First Appointments & Ultrasound!

Today is a great day. Today is a particularly great day because we’re announcing our very first pregnancy here on Nesting Nelsons. Many of you are regular readers and many of you are new readers, but both camps will notice that the content on the site will be changing to keep up with medical updates, symptoms, funny stories, “quirks and quarks” and… Read more →

OCCBCE Pt 2: Cross-Border Kitty Cat Prep and Journey Notes

Hello, hello! Welcome to part 2, what is meant to be the feline-focused post, on “Our Cross-Country Border-Crossing Extravaganza”. Here, I will be talking all about our week-and-a-half long road trip, totaling a little over 55 hours on the road, crossing into the US from Canada with two kitty cats. Just a quick disclaimer, as always: I’m not a veterinarian… Read more →

OCCBCE Pt 1: Finding a Place to Live, Shipping and Packing

In this post series, “Our Cross-Country Border-Crossing Extravaganza”, I’m going to detail the cross-continent move from Waterloo, Ontario to Seattle, Washington that James and I completed along with our two kitty cats. We decided to take a road trip through Canada with our cats in tow and to ship our belongings to our new apartment once we arrived to our… Read more →

The Final Countdown!

  Update from the Nest: August 25, 2015   We’re almost there, with less than four days before we embark on our cross-country road trip from Waterloo, Ontario to our new home in Seattle, Washington via the Trans-Canadian Hwy. I’m hoping to document our ride to highlight the beautiful sights that Canada has to offer and to help others doing these long,… Read more →