Amy Beeman is a Morning Radio Show Producer and Host who sets her alarm for 3:45 every weekday morning. She’s also a wife and a mom of 6 year old twins. Between marriage, children and work, she still somehow finds time to run a couple half marathons every year. She loves exploring Vancouver with her family and writing about her experiences.
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Sooooooo.... we have some news. 😍 As many of you know, Mark and I signed up to adopt from Ethiopia in February 2008. After numerous home study visits with a social worker, endless amounts of paperwork (bank statements, letters of employment, reference letters,...read more
The ability children have to do a 180 never ceases to amaze me. Smiling to frowning, happy to sad, content to infuriated all in a matter of seconds. One minute the birds are singing, the sun is shining and all is right in the world. The next minute the gates of hell...read more
Sometimes you are able to teach your children things that you know will benefit them in the future. You impart your wisdom onto them. You share your life experiences with them. You teach them things like how to study for an exam, the importance of sunscreen, good...read more
"No no no," I insist. "We're not dressed for photos." After 20 minutes in line (a very reasonable amount of time- thank you Richmond Centre for your reservation system!), we're finally the next family to meet with the Big Guy. While we're waiting, Mrs. Claus asks Lucy...read more
In January I wrote that my goal this year was to run a sub 2 hour half marathon. I've run 15 half marathons, but none of them in less than two hours. I gave myself a couple of chances to do it this year: The First Half, the BMO Half Marathon, the Scotiabank Half and...read more
Amy Beeman is a Morning Radio Show Producer and Host who sets her alarm for 3:45 every weekday morning. She’s also a wife, a mom of 8 year old twins and is in the process of adding to her family through adoption. Between marriage, children and work, she still somehow finds time to run a couple half marathons every year. She loves exploring Vancouver with her family and writing about her experiences.
“Why fit in when you were born to stand out?”
― Dr. Seuss