Baby Food and Baby Led Weaning with Your Slow Cooker


As ya’ll probably know if you’ve been around here awhile, I did a couple of baby food making things, but then I quickly chucked that idea and did baby led weaning.  I just don’t have the patience to spoon-feed a baby.  When I was a nanny, it was the most annoying part of my day.… [read more]

Sharing Immunities through Breastfeeding


I was recently sick with a nasty stomach bug. I worried my daughter would get it, especially since she had something similar a month or so before. As bad as I felt being sick myself, it was much more horrible to watch her little body go through it. It was definitely something I don’t want… [read more]

How To Give Your Baby Probiotics

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One of the most asked questions I get in my inbox is how to give a baby probiotics. More and more parents are getting educated and waking up to the fact that gut health is the foundation of all health and that if the bad bacteria takes over in your digestive system, you are pretty… [read more]

The Smart Baby Super Food You’ve Never Heard About

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Did you know that a baby’ first foods should be egg yolk and not a cereal? I don’t know how or why this information slipped through the cracks, and why on God’s green earth that pediatricians and a whole host of other “professionals” recommend you should give your baby rice cereal or oatmeal as their… [read more]

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Real Food Lunch & Snack Ideas

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I started making Penelope’s lunch this summer when she went to preschool summer camp for the month of June.  I was excited back then and I am even more excited now that she is back in preschool. I love motherhood and taking care of her in this way.  And I love being creative in the… [read more]

Sweet Fruit & Veggie Popsicles

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I made some simple blueberry-kale popsicles for Penelope’s end-of-the-school-year party earlier this month.  They such were a hit with most of the kids that I was glad I made such a big batch. I have found that forming popsicles in an ice cube tray is the perfect size for toddlers. If I give Penelope a… [read more]