How to Survive Baby’s Teething?

Teething is a normal part of a child’s development.It can happen as early as 4 months all the way until they’re 2 years old. Nothing is more gut wrenching than seeing your little cry out in pain while experiencing discomfort. Understanding your little’s increased levels of fussiness may bring about new variables is important. Teething […]

Couscous with walnut/parsley pesto and…

I found a recipe for delicata squash that I really like: 1 delicata squash, cut lengthwise in half, deseeded, then sliced in 1/4 inch thick pieces 1 tbsp olive oil 2 tbsp maple syrup Salt and pepper Roast at 375 F for 30 mins. I removed the skin after it was cooked. For couscous I […]

10 Ways You and Your Littles Can Help Tackle Food Waste

One of the hardest adjustments to life with kids is the crazy amount of stuff that kids need. And with all these things, unfortunately, comes the waste. There’s extra equipment that’s necessary for both a kid’s happiness and development, or a parent’s sanity. Although a dramatic spike in the amount of wasted food, gear, and […]

Fat Facts – Developing your littles relationship with HEALTHY fats.

Fats usually get a bad wrap. Balanced fats come from the right sources and can be crucial to a babies development. The challenges begin with where we can find them, and how can we balance these fats ?  While these are great questions,luckily nature has some better answers. Fats are some of the most important […]

BLW Food Ideas

  Rice mixed with Persian stew called “Fesenjan” made of walnuts and pomegranate molasses + chicken from the stew + orange slices. The stew is sweet and sour so I wasn’t sure he would like it but he liked it 🙂 this was a hit! Rice mixed with Persian stew called “Fesenjan” made of walnuts […]

Banana Blueberry Pear Puree

Banana Blueberry Pear Puree 3 large pears (peeled, cored and quartered) 1 cup blueberries 1 banana (peeled) Place the Silikong steamer basket in the bottom of the pressure cooking pot and add one cup of water. Place the pear quarters and blueberries inside the steamer basket. Lock the lid in to place. Select Pressure Cook […]

10 Ways to Reduce Food Waste with Babies and Kids

One of the hardest adjustments to life with kids is the crazy amount of stuff that kids need. And with all these stuff, unfortunately, comes the waste. There’s extra gear that’s necessary for a kid’s happiness and development or a parent’s sanity. But, a drastic increase in the amount of wasted food, gear, and packaging […]

10 Easy Avocado Recipes That Babies And Toddlers Will Love

Here are ten ways you can prepare and introduce avocado to your baby or toddler. Be warned, they WILL most likely love it, and so will you! 1. Avocado on Toast Ingredients: One piece of lightly toasted bread Half an avocado, mashed with a fork 1-2 teaspoons of milk (for added moisture) Directions: Spread on […]

8 Strategies for Picky Eaters: End the Mealtime Battles for Good

1. Let Go of the Labels The truth is when we label our kids’ eating habits we cause problems.  Labeling your child’s mealtime habits will continue being resistant during mealtime. This will also unintentionally rob your child of the chance of accepting and enjoying new foods. On the other side – using positive labels also […]

Feeding your baby: 6–12 months

In short: After age of 6 months, breast-milk is your baby’s main source of energy and nutrients. You can add solid foods. Your baby has a small stomach and needs to eat small amounts of soft nutritious food. Feed your baby with animal-based foods, fruits, and vegetables – every day. At the age of 6 […]