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Independent little toddlers are the HARDEST to feed!  We have entered the “do it myself” stage, which is awesome if you have a spare gazillion hours each day…no, it’s mostly actually okay.  But food is definitely a new challenge because he must do it himself. He doesn’t need help, nope, not even when his food is...
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I wish this list of essential baby items for new mums existed before I had my son. There are 101 recommended “essential baby items” and as a new mum-to-be it’s overwhelming (not to mention crazy expensive). So I asked my mum friends, mum bloggers and mums in the community, what they considered “essential baby items...
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Let’s talk quinoa. Firstly, if you are saying ‘kwin-oh-ah’, you need this post!  Secondly, cooking quinoa is a tough gig, but with these fail-proof tips you will know exactly how to cook quinoa to perfection EVERY SINGLE TIME. Quinoa (pronounced ‘keen-wah’, you’re welcome) is a super grain.  Well, actually, technically it’s not even a grain.  It’s...
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It has been a while since my last baby update, and I love sharing these as a way to save precious memories, and since I am often blogging for Pretty Wee Things it is easier than pulling out a baby book.  Plus, I know I love reading about other people’s babies ahead of time to prepare myself...
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This spiced pumpkin loaf recipe would have to be one of my favourites to date and one that I keep coming back to.  Super simple to make, delicious to eat and free from dairy, gluten and sugar. This time of year there are SO many pumpkin spice recipes floating around.  While I came across some...
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  This carrot and zucchini loaf is the perfect healthy vegetarian dinner for busy weeknights.  While it takes a few minutes to bake, it is super simple to prepare. I am always looking for ways to incorporate (hide, I really mean hide) as many vegetables as possible into my son’s meals.  For some reason, when...
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All information, opinions, and recipes are provided at my own opinion and should not be taken as prescriptive advice. Please seek professional advice before making changes to your diet or lifestyle.