Baby Feeding Tips
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
My husband loves bacon. My dad loves bacon. My brother (who is a dad) loves bacon. It’s the one food that nearly everyone loves – especially dads. I’ve even heard that bacon is the one food that keeps people from going completely vegetarian. And, I believe it. I mean, bacon is good on everything. Eggs. Salad. Burgers. Pasta. Pancakes. By itself. You name it, it tastes good with bacon. With Father’s Day this weekend, you should probably line up a few amazing bacon recipes for the amazing dad in your life, because every dad deserves a BACON CELEBRATION!
Posted by Selena Burgess
In my quest to serve up low carb, low-sugar or refined sugar free treats and meals for my young ones (and myself); there have been plenty of failures and lots experimenting.
Baking with coconut flour can be tricky, especially when combining it with other flours. It’s taken a few rounds, but I’ve finally found an easy-to-make, winning combination of ingredients for a low-carb, refined sugar-free pancake recipe I feel good about sharing (and feeding to my family!)
Posted by Selena Burgess
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We’ve gone through countless sippy cups in this household. Pretty sure every family with little ones has. It’s just a fact. I had resigned myself to the notion that there just wasn’t a long-lasting cup that could stand the test of time and toddler wear and tear.
But these? The Cars 2-Pack Insulated Spill Proof Sippy Cups from The First Years? They come pretty dang close. Straight up mom tip for real. Click through to discover why these sippy cups are currently reigning supreme in our neck of the woods.
Posted by Michelle Horton
Disney Baby’s Lion King collection might be my favorite of the group, and I was happy to see them expand on their original collection — especially with this “Circle of Friends” toy.
Noah had one specific toy that he loved to bat and spin, and because it had a suction cup on the bottom, it saw many sticky afternoons on the highchair tray. And now Ben can have the same type of toy, except way cuter:
Posted by Emily Elling
My mom was left-handed up until the age of six, where at that point her first grade teacher forbade her from writing with he left hand, and instead force her to use her right. Apparently in the 1960′s if you weren’t right, you were wrong.
I’m one of four sisters, and out of the bunch of us, I’m the only left-handed one. My husband comes from a family of 5 kids, all of which are right-handed.
And even though it’s a righty-right world (roughly 12% of men and 10% of women are left-handed), I’ve secretly hoped that one of my children would be left-handed just like me. Why? Oh, I don’t know. Maybe so I would have someone to sit next to at the dinner table that I didn’t knock elbows with.
So far, I’ve struck out 3 times. I have four kids, and I’m fairly certain the three older ones are right-handed. But baby Paul? The verdict is still out on him. (please be lefty, please be a lefty, please be a lefty…)