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Hailey Eisen is a freelance writer, editor, and communications consultant (www.haileyeisen.com). Her work has been published in Backbone Magazine, Our Kids Go to School/Camp Magazines, Style at Home.ca, More.ca, Holmes Magazine, Mommyish.ca, 2: The Source for Couples, among others.

When she's not working from her home office in Toronto, she's busy chasing after her daughter Willow, helping her to discover and explore the world. Hailey blogs about her adventures as a first-time mummy at www.mominbalance.ca.

About my kids: 
I have one daughter. Her name is Willow and she’s a very active toddler. She has way more energy than I do! She has blond frizzy, curly hair, which I’ll have to teach her to straighten someday. She’s super bubbly and outgoing, talks non-stop and is guaranteed to give me a run for my money when she’s a tween. She also gives the world's best hugs!
Parenting is...: 
By far my greatest challenge to date. Totally exhausting, extremely emotional, but so incredible when you get it right.
We know you don't have a lot, but when you do, what do you like to do in your spare time?: 
I watch movies (preferably in the theatre), read fiction (preferably in the bathtub), get together with my girlfriends (preferably at a yummy restaurant), and spend time with my husband (preferably on some adventure I’ve dreamed up).
When are you at your yummiest?: 
On vacation! Traveling is my passion–still trying to figure out how to make it happen with baby in tow.
If someone wrote a biography about you, what would be the title?: 
I’m a writer. I’m hoping I’ll write other people’s biographies rather than be the subject of one.
What's currently in your purse?: 
The pretty Coach wallet I splurged on while in Las Vegas for my 30th birthday, car keys, lip-gloss, sunglasses, regular glasses, iPhone, some mail I forgot to put away, a few lists written on scraps of paper, pens, coverup, tampons, and, when I'm prepared, a pacifier for my daughter.
What superhero power would you like to have?: 
Time travel
If we gave you an elephant, where would you hide it?: 
Why would I hide it? I’d keep it outside my house and offer free rides to all the kids in the neighbourhood.