One of the things that I found the most daunting in switching my babies to solid foods, was determining how much I should be feeding them so they were getting enough nutrients to grow up with a healthy metabolism as well as a broad palette and appreciation and joy of eating good food. I think … Continue reading "feeding guide: the first year"
It’s really easy to get discouraged when you are transitioning your babies to solid foods and even more when you start trying to give them different types of food. One thing that I heard over and over in the course of transitioning the girls to solids was that you should let your kids try new … Continue reading "early eating"
I never really thought much about what I should be buying organic...until I got pregnant and had my babies. Now I think about it all the time, which is one of the more tangible pieces of evidence I have that I might actually be a grown up. Once when I was pregnant and had just … Continue reading "what should i try to buy organic?"
There were two things that I struggled with the most when I was making the girls’ baby food. The first was finding my groove in regards to making the time to make food at all – and the second was coming up with fresh ideas/recipes to make so that they had a good variety of … Continue reading "baby food making: tips!"
March is National Nutrition Month, which seems as good a time as any to kick off our blog series on making your own baby food and starting your littles out with their best fork forward. I will preface this by saying that I am by no means a nutritionist or a chef, but I do … Continue reading "baby food making: essentials!"