Yummy Toddler Food is one of our absolute favorite resources online for, well, really yummy toddler food. Whether it’s mini pumpkin muffins or baked chicken tenders, recipe developer, blogger and mom of two Amy Palanjian takes foods most kids like—like muffins and chicken fingers—and puts her healthy spin on them (for example, by boosting nutrition with hidden veggies or nut butter, and baking instead of frying). She’s also written several easy-to-use cookbooks and put together incredibly helpful downloadable guides for toddler eating. We asked Amy to answer that question every single parent of a toddler has asked themselves (sometimes multiple times a day!): “How do I get this kid to eat better?”
Much like learning to swim or ski, it’s a heck of a lot easier to learn a second language when you’re young. But did you know the other benefits to growing up bilingual? “Learning a second language has lifelong benefits from cognitive to social to health,” says Caryn Antonini, founder of Early Lingo, a foreign language learning system for children ages 0 to 9.
My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style. (and help others do the same L. A.) ~Maya Angeleo~
Cooking healthy meals that are delicious and satisfying can be hard work for us moms! Lately, I’ve been struggling to curate a healthy breakfast, lunch and dinner that include all of the important nutrients and vitamins, only to have my kids come to the table with a stubborn palate. My latest craze has been Salata, a customizable salad restaurant in West U.