Playdate fun at the Sammamish Animal Sanctuary

Last week I had the pleasure of visiting the Sammamish Animal Sanctuary with our sweet group of mama and baby friends. I can't believe we haven't visited sooner! We saw alpacas, llamas, cows, dogs, donkeys, horses, pigs, ponies, sheep and bunnies. You can feed most of the animals and even get in the enclosures. We brought veggies from home to feed the animals. Our group of toddlers especially loved the bunnies and goats. It's a great outing for a wide variety of ages. Our group of 20 month olds had so much fun, but honestly I think us mamas enjoyed it the most. There is no set admission to get in, but there is a bin for a cash donation, which helps with the costs of running the sanctuary. Th

Helping Our Planet

I have a new favorite product that I have to share! Some of my mama friends have been using them for months and I finally jumped on board. Stasher offers reuseable silicone bags as an alternative to things like Ziploc bags. Their mission is to provide a reusable alternative to disposable plastic baggies and single use plastic containers. Stasher is made of pure platinum silicone that is made from natural resources — primarily sand. They're microwave and dishwasher safe and you can even cook in the,. The bags are 100% plastic and BPA free with no fillers. I also love that they come in a variety of gorgeous colors! They are great for food storage at home, and especially great when packing foo

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West Coast Nannies

EST. 2015