Healthy Blueberry Banana Pancakes

But it never fails that every morning there is a little, hungry boy asking for breakfast! So instead of some sugary, store-bought pancakes, I decided to make healthy blueberry banana pancakes!

The Ultimate Grocery List

Grocery shopping isn’t everyones favorite activity, but it sure is mine!! During my undergrad courses, I had to take a class that required us to complete a “grocery store tour”. We learned all the ins-and-outs of how to most efficiently shop for groceries. One of the most important things that I learned was to categorizeContinue reading “The Ultimate Grocery List”

Role of Fat for Babies/Toddlers

The right types of fat and quantity are important for development and healthy functioning. Getting enough healthy fats is essential for growth and development. Young kids, in particular, need enough fat in their diet to help the brain and nervous system develop normally.

BLW: How to Serve Carrots

Carrots are a particularly good source of fiber, vitamin K, potassium, and antioxidants! Carrots are a great source of beta-carotene, which is converted to vitamin A in the body. Vitamin A promotes good vision and is important for growth, development, and immune function (all things little humans need)! Despite their name- “baby carrots” are actuallyContinue reading “BLW: How to Serve Carrots”

Toddler Christmas Gift Guide (Under $30)

I have spent hours on hours researching what to get a toddler for Christmas (because obviously, he can’t tell us himself). In case you’re in the same boat as we are, here is your lifeline (aka gift guide) to get your little one smiling on Christmas morning!

Baby Led Weaning 101

Traditionally American parents started off feeding their children either rice cereal, pureed fruit and veggies, or a combination of the two. In the US, ture solids or “finger foods” are often not introduced until closer to 9 months however that’s not necessary! While researching, I happened across the newly trending “Baby Led Weaning” on socialContinue reading “Baby Led Weaning 101”