It has been my biggest fear. Since the moment I had children. The dreaded illness. Specifically, stomach bugs. The thought of dealing with sick kids while I was sick myself terrified me. Even though I am perfectly aware that children carry all sorts of germs. I am so fully aware that I am a bit […]
22 percent were from what parents said were nonsmoking homes, study finds
I’ve been working hard to not let our crazy after school schedule get in the way of healthy dinners. I’m on the look out for stuff I can prepare quickly earlier in the day and then pop in the oven for a fast and awesome meal when we get home. My kids have recently fallen […]
Making homemade baby food is something wonderful you can do for your kids. It allows you to know exactly what goes into every meal and more importantly, what doesn’t. Even if a jar says “preservative-free” or “all natural,” that still means the once healthy whole fruits and veggies have been super-heated and processed beyond recognition, […]
DD2 is 19 months and is constipated. She has had this on and off since birth and also experiences bleeding with it. She is a terrible eater and always has been. I’ve been to the "feeding clinic" about it, aka a speech therapist, and they’ve said I need to be patient and hopefully she will […]
I have spent the last week packing up for a big migration to the Pacific Northwest. Although the sunny skies of LA have been a treat, I’m looking forward to being surrounded by stunning shades of green. The other day was especially grueling, so Grant brought home a case of IPAs. He is a beer […]
The United Kingdom has become the first country to approve laws that allow the creation of babies using DNA from three people.
Have fun making these super simple and fun lucky clover stamps from TP rolls with your kiddos. Lucky Day! DIY Four Leaf Clover Stamps from Toilet Paper Rolls. Sew up some super simple treat pouches with our tutorial for Last Minute St Patrick’s Day Treats w/ free printables! All you need is a Guinness and […]