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If your kid has one of the typical food allergies—or has friends who do—there’s no need to get anxious about what to serve for meals, snacks or playdate treats. Allergy-friendly alternatives are easy to find: Here are simple swaps for six common food allergies.
It can be difficult to find the perfect time to start potty training your toddler, but these five steps will help prepare your boy or girl for potty training.
Navigating the holiday season with a little one can be a challenge, but these survival tips from parents who have been there will make it a little easier.
The holiday season can be the most wonderful—and stressful—time of the year. And what can be better than sharing that with your new bundle of joy? Parents know that having a newborn can turn your life upside down in a lot of ways. But take it from those who’ve been there, you can make it through the holidays. We asked a few parents we know how they keep
I think my kids think they would die if they went over an hour without food. Therefore riding in the car, taking a walk, going to bed, playing outside, grocery shopping, watching movies, and a million other things all must include a food component.
It drives me a little crazy if we’re being honest. But on a positive note, I’ve unintentionally fooled them into a somewhat Pavlovian response of requesting apple
Before I became a mom I think I really believed that my kids would be open minded, cultural, adventurous, healthy little foodies. I had visions of them raving about my kale chicken salad. Sigh. I was so naïve. Nowadays the only way I get any vegetables in my darlings is by sneaking spinach in their morning smoothies. And they only drink those about 2/3 of the time.
After a long winter and wet spring, we’re doing a bit of celebrating here in Seattle as backyard barbecue season is in full swing! While many houses right in the city have relatively small yards, we make the best of our little patio with a simple grill, a sandbox for our son, a comfy outdoor couch, and string lights to tie the whole thing together. Before we had a rambunctious toddler, eating outdoors was a casual all-night affair, but now of course things are abbreviated and it takes a bit more intention
Dina Deleasa-Gonsar(Opens in a new window) shares what it's been like to feed her 6-month old Siena some of her first bites.
I can’t believe that I am already writing a post about babies first bites. Siena is 6 months going on 7. She is still our tiny little princess pea, but she is growing quite well. This past month has been full of firsts. Of course, being the “DishItGirl” I have been looking forward
The word “resolutions” can be really loaded for many of us, so we’ve been using the word “goals” instead, and while I definitely have personal goals I’m looking forward to focusing on this upcoming year, my husband and I both have a handful of parenting goals as well. As our son Oliver has grown from a baby into a full-fledged two-year old, there are some things we could be more conscious of or, quite simply, could be doing better. So here’s
Our newest stroller, Air(Opens in a new window), is soaring around the country with the help from moms and dads looking to make adventures with their little one a breeze. From exploring new cities to traveling with the entire family, we’re seeing kids sitting comfy (and sleeping soundly!) in their Air Stroller. We teamed up with the Sway Group to see where families are going with their Air.