Is it just me or have your eating habits totally changed since becoming a parent? I feel like all I’m doing is snacking these days...
Our 1 yr old used to eat anything put in front of him but lately he’s been pickier about veggies especially with his daycare lunches. I hate packing him something homemade for nothing! The daycare provides food for the bigger kids but he still only has a few teeth so I want to make sure he gets softer foods. I’m running out of ideas for what to pack that is still tasty when cold - I definitely don’t want to have to make pbj sandwiches everyday. Any ideas for good cold toddler lunch foods?
Needing ideas for my toddler's lunches at preschool, preferably that don't need to be heated. He's terrible at finishing his food without us there monitoring and keeping him focused so I'm hoping there will be some things out there appealing enough for him to finish on his own.
I’m looking to work from home. My short term disability is almost over and our household is starting to feel the side effects of my lack of income. I don’t want to enroll my baby in daycare but I will if I have to. Any advice from stay at home moms? What is a well-paying job that is relatively easy for a new mom to begin from home? My job experience is in the science field but I’m okay with taking a sabbatical for at least a year and working in another field or picking up a part time job until my child is older and I feel more comfortable leaving her with someone.
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Any of ya’ll considered renting out your house and living on the road in an RV for a while with a little one? Having a kid has made my partner and I reconsider the work/spend/work rat race. Tips for RVing with a baby OR radically changing your lifestyle to have more time with kids appreciated!
Hi everyone. So my one year use to eat with a spoon when she was near 6 months old. Cereal especially. She started falling sick and for some reason doesn’t even like the sight of a spoon. Anything approaching her in a spoon she smacks away or purses her lips tightly closed. Any advice on how I convince her to eat with a spoon? I got different kinds of spoons. Ate with a spoon myself in front of her. Also emphasized how her older sister eats with a spoon and showed her 🤷♀️🤦♀️
Is anyone’s kids/toddlers super sensitive in terms of detergent? It seems like my lo can’t even sit on a bed from a hotel or on a blanket that’s been treated in something other than what I use. She’s highly sensitive to dreft. Breaks out every where with it. Only arm n hammer works for her.