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Delicious Fall Corn Chowder

Are you enjoying all the feels that fall is bringing? I have been cooking more than usual (thanks, pandemic), but now that fall has arrived I am making more filling foods that nourish the soul. I recently made this delicious fall corn chowder with coconut base and sweet potatoes. I'm usually a big fan of… Continue reading Delicious Fall Corn Chowder

Family, Nutrition, Parenting, Recipes, Uncategorized

Toddler Friendly Snacks Without the Crap

When it comes to the food we feed our kids, we have the best of intentions. Yet, sometimes convenience outweighs the alternatives. Here are some toddler friendly snack options that you don’t have to feel bad about.

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Health, Motherhood, Parenting, Self-Care, Uncategorized

Mom Friends – How Conversations Turn into Self-Care

We all need an outlet when we feel like venting. Even more so when you are a mom. In friendships it is important to have depth so that you can be true to who you are and honest with one another. Find out why these in-depth conversations are a form of self-care.

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Family, Guest Blog Posts, Health, Nutrition, Parenting

You Need to Teach Kids to Cook!

Any mildly-sane parent wants the very best for their children. Not surprisingly, they’ll do everything in their power to provide for their kids. Everyone wants to raise a happy, healthy family, yet so many children in the United States end up with obesity-related issues. Frequently, these diseases and disorders start from an early age and simply get worse over time. Our nation is filled with sad, sick, unhealthy people – some who can barely stand and some who can barely stand to look at themselves in the mirror. But why?

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Family, Guest Blog Posts, Parenting

Your Child’s First Library Card

Recognizing the role the library can play in your child’s life should not be overlooked. It’s the beginning of their journey to become a skilled, knowledgeable readers and book lovers. There are a great number of reasons why starting to read from an early age can help your child become a happier, more confident little learner.