Do you allow your toddler screen time?
Honestly, I never really thought about it pre-babies but now I’m actually quite pro-screen time, at least when it’s the right programming in reasonable quantities.
Yes, I allow it in part because it’s a sanity saver for me.
Everyone’s relationship with food is a very personal and individual thing.
Sadly, for so many this relationship is not positive and health-promoting. Too many of us – women especially – go down the path of dieting, food restriction and weight cycling, whether this starts in our teenage years or develops as we age and bear children.
For a sneak peak inside my kitchen to see how this system works, check out my Facebook Live on this topic!
Okay, perhaps this topic doesn’t seem incredibly important, but I firmly believe that when you have systems in place to manage stressors like this,
Looking for a pregnancy-friendly holiday drink? I’ve got you covered!
I’ve been pregnant over the holiday season twice now. And I have to say, it’s a real bummer when everyone else is enjoying festive holiday drinks and you’re staying sober! So although I’m baby belly-free this year,
Cutting out dairy is tough and going soy-free is even harder.
When my pediatrician first suggested I cut dairy out of my diet to see if it helped my infant’s gastrointestinal issues, I had a major deer-in-the-headlights moment. What should I cook?? It didn’t help that at the time we had just relocated to temporary housing and I didn’t have my full kitchen,
This is not really a post about how to make popsicles. I mean, the recipe for that is: mix frozen fruit and juice, blend, pour into popsicle molds. This is a post about…
“I waaaanna popsicle!!!”
You feel me? These days, I’m as likely to hear those words first thing in the morning as I am right before bed.
How does nutrition intersect with fertility?
Today I am SO happy to be sharing a review of a book that is very near and dear to me, not only because the topic is perfectly aligned with what I write about here on TBSD, but because I know the two women behind the book and I know they mean every last word they’ve written.
Did you grow up eating roasted pumpkin seeds on Halloween?
I’ve recently discovered that the best thing about Halloween once you have kids is getting to experience everything you enjoyed about the holiday as a kid yourself all over again. Because let’s face it, Halloween in your 20s is a just an excuse to wear slutty clothes and it’s never as much fun as it sounds…
How do you handle Halloween with a toddler?
Around this time of year, I start coming across a lot of fantastic articles about how to handle Halloween candy with a healthy approach. The advice generally goes like this: Let your kids eat as much candy as they want on Halloween night and again the next day.