Today, my self-worth is not measured in pounds or inches. Health and wellness are important to me, but fitting into an old pair of jeans is not.
I don't know about you, but my toddler isn't exactly Popeye, downing cans of spinach! However, he does enjoy spinach when incorporated into a tasty recipe like this one! Limited ingredients and prep time, packed with spinach and broccoli, and quite flavorful - even for us grown-ups! This is a recipe everyone in the family … Continue reading Spinach & Broccoli Cakes
In a recent conversation with Paige Bellenbaum, LMSW, of The Motherhood Center of New York, she brought up the topic of surrender as an important concept in parenthood. I have spent the last month or so turning that word over and over in my mind, attempting to make sense of it. How can surrender lead to … Continue reading Surrender: Surviving the Parenting Riptides
Add some zing (and antioxidants) to your standard applesauce! This simple, minimal-effort recipe freshens up an old classic. This is a great option for freezing in serving sizes and thawing as needed. This recipe will yield approximately 12 oz of sauce. Recipe: Prep Time: 5 mins Cook/Puree Time: 35 mins Total Time: 40 mins Ingredients: … Continue reading Raspberry Applesauce
You and your little one are ready to start solids? Congratulations! Let's set you and your baby up for success! Below are my early-eater favorites! Leave a comment with your top feeding products. Books Knowledge is power and I always like to go into something feeling prepared. Below are my two favorite feeding-related books. Both … Continue reading Top Products for Starting Solid Foods