So we are 5 weeks away from baby #2's due date and the question I get asked most (besides omg are you having twins??!?) is are you all ready? What dose ready mean? Emotionally? All the Stuff? Clothes? Money? Paper work? What do they mean because who is really ready???! Well at almost 35 weeks … Continue reading Getting Ready for Baby #2 !
So our toddler has been constantly sick. This has been a nonstop puffy face and runny nose and upset tummy since he was very little. So after much harassing of doctors we finally got him in to get some allergy testing. He did amazing we did the scratch test which is not the most accurate … Continue reading Our Month of Allergy Cooking for One
My almost 2-year-old now has a pretty standard bed time routine. 1.Dinner 2.Bath 3.Cuddles 4.Story 5.Lights out This did not used to be this way. We did our best and spent many a night trying to get him to go down .. pleading , singing, walking etc.... I am sure you the parents reading this … Continue reading The Bed Time Routine
Is it not great to be able to quickly heat up a nutritious breakfast that tastes good or back it along in lunch for work or daycare! I am new to baked oatmeal and now I am in love! I love oatmeal and it is already quick and easy but I like to add more … Continue reading Baked Oatmeal
Daycare/ School lunches are a lot harder now with all restrictions placed on parents. Then add your kid who has their own preferences. My top lunch tips I have learned in the last year while trying to feed my toddler a balanced diet low in sugar. Lesson 1 - Relax!! Okay yes low sugar and … Continue reading Daycare Lunch
Have you ever looked into your pantry and questioned what you were looking at or holding? Since in my home I put all my dry food items in glass jars they ended up unlabeled and eventually a mystery item. In order to change this practice of confusion I decided to put labels on all my … Continue reading Pantry Crafting
Cough Cough ......you know you have heard it and cringed when in a crowd of people wondering who it was and who to avoid. I take public transit and with a baby under a year I cringe at the sound of people coughing and sneezing near me. Not only do I not want to get … Continue reading Colds and Flu’s – Few tips on staying healthy