Baby Feeding Tips
Posted by Amnah Ibrahim
Without fail, every fall we find ourselves craving an array of pumpkin recipes. From the sweet to the savory, the soft and chewy, to the warm and comforting drinks. While it’s hard to narrow down my favorite pumpkin recipe, these “Good Mornin’ Pumpkin” muffins rank high up on my scale.
Posted by Lauren Hartmann
Halloween is a fun time of year, particularly if you love having an excuse to dress up. And there is little else in this world quite as cute as a little one in costume. That said, Halloween doesn’t really get fun until your kids are a little bit older. They don’t really want to walk very far and you probably don’t want them eating much (if any) candy yet anyway. Because of this, I thought that a Halloween costume party would be a fun alternative for my daughter! We made it a brunch, because the morning is the happiest time of day for little ones and it was a perfect way to let our littles dress up and enjoy a few treats in a perfectly kid-friendly environment. The kids had a great time and it was fun for the adults to catch up too! Check out some of the photos to inspire your own Halloween brunch!
Posted by Keiko Zoll
While our kitchen might not have any Michelin stars, that doesn’t mean we can’t start raising our little one to be a foodie, just like Mommy and Daddy! Cultivating a love and appreciation for food — from where it comes and how it’s made — all starts now, as we began introducing solids last month.
You wouldn’t think something as simple as rice cereal could pave the way for our little one to become a foodie — but you’d be surprised.
Posted by Lauren Hartmann
I’ve never really been into baking. It’s just not really my thing, but recently on a rainy day I thought I’d try my hand at baking with my 20-month-old. I went in fully expecting it to be a terrible disaster, but it ended up being so much fun for the both of us!
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
Halloween is just a few weeks away! Whether you are passing out candy or taking your little one trick-or-treating, consider alternatives to Halloween candy. We all know that little ones do not need a bunch of sugar! (Okay, one or two pieces won’t hurt!) If you are passing out treats at your door, you might think about passing out something other than mini candy bars or candy corns. If your little one is going door-to-door, consider buying some treats for him that you can swap out so he isn’t eating so much candy. I’ve put together a list of 20 things that are just as tasty or fun as a sugary treat…