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Cheers to Dad

June 16, 2017

There’s something special about watching my husband be a father; it makes me love him more. He teaches, he cares for and he loves—and to witness that is a beautiful thing.     In honor of Father’s Day, reader Rachel Lee shared a sweet photo of her husband cradling their newborn son for the first time.     “He's been a great partner to me for almost four years and he’s been the best dad for a year and a half,” Lee writes. “He always puts our son above everything else and any day they spend together is a great day!”     Check out how some of our readers enjoy spending their ideal Daddy and Me day.   “The... Continue Reading →

A Tour for the Senses

June 12, 2017

Retailer Spotlight: Steeplebush Farms   If you’re trying to get a hold of Lauriejane Kelley, you won’t catch her by phone. You may even miss her at home. Where you will find her is in the garden at Steeplebush Farm Herbs.   Lauriejane is a purveyor of flowers and uncommon herbs used for healing and in the kitchen. She had been organic gardening for years when she left her subdivision and headed for farm life in Limington, Maine, in 1984. That same year she hurriedly cleaned up the 35-acre farm (with some help from her small flock of sheep), cleared out an outhouse and opened a nursery and gift shop.   They were humble beginnings, to say the least.  ... Continue Reading →

Growing up on a Farm

June 06, 2017

  Note: My two sisters and I were raised on a farm in North Buxton, Ontario. Our grandparents lived down the road, as did many of our uncles, aunts and cousins. Our one-story house had a huge yard surrounded by large barns and hundreds of acres of fields. We raised pigs and beef cattle and grew soybeans, wheat, hay and seed corn. My older sister, Jackie, remembers farm life most vividly. Here she shares some of her memories.     There were two words you would never say growing up on a farm: I’m bored.   Not only would you immediately be given something to do, but chances are it would be the most mundane, labor-intensive job possible. And there... Continue Reading →

No Ordinary Shop

May 19, 2017

Retailer Spotlight: Farm + Table Farm + Table in Maine helps create a heartfelt home with unique items created by American artisans and apprentices. Maine welcomes millions of visitors a year. Many return home, dream of a life there one day.   Three years ago, Liz and Bruce Andrews built that life. They also built a house and a new business that same year.   For Liz, a longtime merchandiser, and Bruce, an options trader, retirement came soon enough. They said goodbye to Chicago’s brutal winters but just weren’t the type to idly sit back, watching this new phase in their lives uneventfully pass by.     They loved their New England life and wanted to contribute in some way.... Continue Reading →

What's your favorite mom memory while growing up?

May 12, 2017

My favorite mom memory while growing up was watching her in the kitchen. It seems like she was always cooking or baking something delicious. I think that’s why I love to be in the kitchen—the gratification of making meals for my family.     I’m not alone. Many of our LooHoo readers fondly remember time in front of the stove with their mom. Still, others went hot air ballooning, feeding ducks and searching for meteors with their mom.   Both Diana H. and Amanda A. remember the great hugs their moms gave, while Caroline R. and Aimee P's mentioned how their moms would brush their hair when they were young. Kelly H's favorite memory is shopping for an outfit with... Continue Reading →