Baby Feeding Tips
Posted by Lauren Jimeson
Macks went in for his final weight check today. He turned eight months on Friday, and his pediatrician wanted to see us to get another check at his weight. He’s been speaking with our lactation consultant for the past couple of weeks and was very happy with the progress that we’ve made, so he wanted one final look at where we’ve made it in the past month.
Posted by Tiffany Thornton
Remember the days when sleeping in was an actual thing? When you got frustrated at having nothing to do on the weekend? When the kids at the table next to you in a restaurant wouldn’t stop yelling, and you wondered why their parents weren’t doing something about it?
While at dinner last week with friends, my husband and I looked at each other and couldn’t do anything but laugh at the scene going on around us…
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
As a mom of three, I know just how difficult it can be to prepare a delicious meal each night of the week. I love to cook, but sometimes, there aren’t enough hours in the day to get it all done. I really hate feeding my kids fast food, and going to restaurants gets too expensive, so I’ve tried my best to freeze meals ahead of time and to utilize my slow cooker.
I’ve rounded up 15+ delicious slow cooker recipes that you can easily make in a morning or afternoon. At dinnertime, you’ll have a hot meal ready to go with very little prep! A MUST for busy moms! Click through to see them all…
Posted by Keiko Zoll
I’ll never forget when Judah first started eating solid foods: I was so excited to finally introduce flavors and textures to our son! My husband and I are big foodies: We love to cook, we love to go out to eat, and we love to try new foods and food experiences together. So it’s only natural that we’d be raising our baby to be a foodie, too!
We’ve introduced him to so any different foods, flavors and textures and we’re hopeful that as he grows into toddlerhood, we won’t go through as difficult of a “picky eater” phase as a result. Judah won’t hesitate to tell us when he’s finished eating or if he doesn’t want a particular food – but he’s also so much more willing to try new foods compared to other toddlers his age, too.
Here are some of the more adventurous foods and food experiences that Judah has had so far.
Posted by Lauren Jimeson
I woke up on Friday morning with knots in my stomach. All of our hard work for the past week was being put to the test. Either what we’ve done has worked, or we’ve failed again at our attempts to get Macks to gain weight.