Avocado Baby food

May 11, 2015

Avocados are a great source of healthy fats and nutrition! Which means they are also great for kids, and my kids LOVE them. PLUS they are super easy to prepare! Simply grab a ripe avocado (dark and soft) and cut it in half lengthwise. Twist a little while pulling apart to separate, then stab the knife into the pit to pull it out of the other half. From there it depends on person: Babies: use a baby spoon to scrape, {Read More}

Loving Food with my #GerberWinWinMoment

April 3, 2015

Micah and Emersyn both love to eat and I feel like I tell them “no” so often. No, Don’t eat the rocks! No, Don’t eat the dirt! No, Don’t eat your sister’s food! No you can’t have a soda and cheetos for breakfast! Or your bedtime snack! No, we aren’t buying that candy. So I love it when Micah and Emersyn reach for and get excited about Gerber foods! They both absolutely ADORE the Gerber Graduates Lil’ Crunchies’, or as {Read More}

Get Healthy and Fit with #Beachbody 21 Day Fix Extreme

March 29, 2015

You’ve probably heard of BeachBody. Or at least you’ve heard of P90X. And you want to get in shape, you really do. But with the toddler at your feet, the baby on your hip, the phone to your ear, food attempting to become dinner on the stove and your next shift at work in bold on the calendar…. working out just seems so out of reach. You are supermom (or superdad). If only getting in shape and eating healthy were {Read More}

Nuby Snack Keeper

March 16, 2015

Micah eats constantly. And he’s decent at carrying bowls at plates…. for about 5 feet. Then snacks end up on the floor…. under our feet…. ground into the carpet. That’s where the Nuby Snack Keeper comes in – with the flexible lid Micah can remove his snacks a piece or two at a time. BUT when he drops it, tips it, shakes it, throws it the snacks stay IN! Safe and sound. Plus it’s easy for Micah to hold on {Read More}

Homemade Baby Food Tips and Tricks

March 13, 2015

It can be really easy to make homemade baby food. Here are some tips and tricks to make it even easier: Use good ice cube trays Flexible ones that are easy to get ice out of and that can stack nicely. Then skip the baggies and just spread the food with a spoon. It’s not an exact art. After all, a quarter of the food is going to end up on the bib and the floor, so don’t worry about {Read More}