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Banana Blueberry Custard Muffins

Banana Blueberry Custard Muffins

These are delicious dairy free, gluten free on-the-go breakfasts with no added sugar. Just mix them up, bake them, freeze them, and store them in freezer bags for a fast, healthy meal. And the best part is, they’re simple to make! These are also great for baby led weaning. Start by greasing a muffin tin […]

Veggie Quiche Cakes…and Protecting Yourself from the CIA in Your Microwave

Veggie Quiche Cakes…and Protecting Yourself from the CIA in Your Microwave

I originally found this recipe over at BabyJake’sMom. I’m sure it’s just fine the way she has it, but I like to play with recipes as I make them because it’s fun! Here’s my edited version of her Veggie Quiche Cakes. These are great for baby led weaning, toddler finger foods, or an easy breakfast […]

Lesson 94: Start ’em young

Lesson 94: Start ’em young

Last night I posted this picture on Facebook: I commented that after dinner J got up, went into the kitchen, and started washing the dishes. We didn’t ask him to do it, he just did it. And while he was washing, he told us that this was now his job. He said, “I’m going to […]

Chocolate Apple Sweet Potato Muffins

Chocolate Apple Sweet Potato Muffins

I spent today making foods and freezing them for the babies. It’s a bit of work, but it’s really one of my favorite things to do. I’m not artsy or crafty; I can’t draw, I can’t paint, and any craft I attempt is a big Pinterest Fail. But playing with ingredients and mixing up recipes […]

Lesson 90: Let it go.

Lesson 90: Let it go.

With my first baby, I was all-organic, all the time (not really, but I was pretty picky about his food). With these guys, I’m like, “Here. Have some puffs.” And then I watch them crawl around the floor, fighting it out. It’s like hunting and gathering, so really I’m teaching them a life skill. Save […]

Tonight’s adventure with BLW: Apples!

Tonight’s adventure with BLW: Apples!

We tried whole apples tonight and it was….interesting. They’ve had cooked apples before, so they were soft and easy for them to negotiate. But whole, hard, large apples were a tough new experiment for them. I took bites all around their apples so they could have a place to grip, and a place to bite. […]

Lesson 89: Baby-Led Weaning First Foods

Lesson 89: Baby-Led Weaning First Foods

Even though we had planned to wait until 6 months to begin any solids, S showed all the readiness signs around 4.5 months. By 5 months, I listened to his signs, rather than the books. I knew I wanted to to do Baby-Led Weaning with my twin boys, but we started with loaded spoons of […]

Lesson 88: Consider (real life) Baby-Led Weaning

Lesson 88: Consider (real life) Baby-Led Weaning

I don’t think I would have been comfortable doing Baby-Led Weaning (BLW) with my oldest son because I was worried about everything—too much, really. I’m much more relaxed this time around, which I hear is pretty normal. I don’t know if I should attribute it to not being a first time mom, or to having […]

Lesson 87: Time management is a thing of the past

Lesson 87: Time management is a thing of the past

Dear S & B, I wrote a little note for J every month. I told him all that he was up to at the time–his likes, dislikes, how he’d grown. With you guys, I snap a picture. That’s it. I’m keeping up with your big milestones, but I couldn’t tell you all of your likes […]

The Tiger’s Trunk

Over the summer I became good friends with my sweet neighbor. We had waved at each other from time to time, but didn’t really know each other. But she amazed me when my twins were born! She brought us dinner, showed me how to wrap the babies using a moby wrap, took my oldest child […]

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