Baby Feeding Tips
Posted by Keiko Zoll
Passover is a big deal in our house. My husband and I love to host our own seder, the ritual meal held on the first two nights of the eight-day holiday, inviting many of our friends from all faiths. We have a really fun time telling stories, singing songs, and of course–eating! I spend two solid days in the kitchen, cooking up a storm with all of our favorite holiday recipes. This Passover is particularly special for us, since it’s Judah’s first Passover.
While Judah doesn’t have to keep kosher for Passover (since he’s under 13, the age of Bar Mitzvah), we still want him to get a taste of our holiday traditions. Here are the five Passover foods our little one is loving right now!
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
As a mama of three, I can honestly say that breastfeeding my babies has been one of the best parts of motherhood. It is a gift that I am so thankful I was able to give my girls, and it is something that gave me so much more than I ever could have imagined. That being said, breastfeeding is also one of the most challenging things I have ever done as well. I had to work at it like nothing else, but it was completely worth it each time. If you are pregnant or have recently had a baby, know that there are women all over the world working hard to feed their babies. When the going got tough, I took comfort in knowing that I wasn’t alone. Here are some of my personal tips for successful breastfeeding from the start…
Posted by Jerika Welch
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I am sure I am not the only Mama Bear out there who likes to save time when its come to tiny details like cleaning up after meal time. Who knew that there were so many parts to sippy cups that had to be cleaned?! I thought I hated only cleaning bottles, until I realized the hassle of washing sippy cups with what seemed like a million pieces. Haha! The First Years is on a mission to simplify and save time when it comes to mealtime. Let me tell you guys, they are doing just that! We were given the opportunity try out some products made by The First Years for our very first time, and I am now a believer. What a difference these products have made when it comes to saving time and cleaning up!
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Posted by Martine Foreman
We recently bought one of those powerful blenders and boy have we been putting it to good use. The plan was for the blender to help my husband and me with our attempts to live healthier lives. Little did we know that Jada would jump and scream in excitement every time we pulled out ingredients and placed them in the blender. We now call her the “smoothie queen.”
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
I know it might sound crazy, but one of Ingrid’s favorite snacks is Kale Chips. If you haven’t ever tried them before, they might sound gross to you. But I promise, they are surprisingly delicious. As a mom, feeding my kids healthy, well-balanced meals is something I strive to do. Kids can be especially picky, but exposing them to a variety of good food at an early age can make a HUGE difference. I started making kale chips at home when Ingrid was first able to eat foods like these, and she has gobbled them up every time! Click through for the EASY recipe…