How do you guys serve your babies blueberries? With or without skin? When my baby was around 6 months I would peel the skin and give it to her. Today for the first time at 11 months I gave it to her with the skin. She ate it fine, but I noticed she was nibbling on something a few minutes after she was done. I figured some of the skin was stuck to the roof of her month or somewhere, tried to give her some water but didn’t take it. Eventually after about three minutes of nibble she spit up (not much but enough where some hit the floor). So I was just wondering on what you guys do.
Ok so please no judgement, but my daughter isn't a very good eater at vegetables, fruit the good stuff for you. she is a junk food lover (and sugar lover.. Oreos for a snack) because I influenced that on her 😔. she likes pizza, Mac and cheese, McDonald's, etc.. I'm trying to start eating healthier so she'll eat healthier. Granted she does have home cooked meals a bit but not as often as id like. I get people telling me all the time that she'll get diabetes 🙄. Ive tried giving her tuna, corn, peas, sushi, steak she says no it's nasty. What are some healthy food options that would be appealing to a picky 3 yr old? Now I am not saying go vegan lol, but just want some good for you nutrition packed food. She does have a peanut and tree nut allergy 😱.
My 4yo is super into cooking lately but we never have time in the evenings to really bake anything together. Then he asked to make applesauce and it turns out you can make it in the microwave! I let him peel and chop the apple, then put the chunks into a bowl with some water and microwave about 6-9 minutes. Then add honey and cinnamon and mash up with a fork. Simple and he loved it!
We recently got a puppy! My daughter loves him but just a little to much. She is not gentle she will pull his hair and hit him. I know she doesn’t know she is hurting him. She just thinks she is playing, his yelps sound like his playful bark. I am constantly reminding her to be gentle and nice to the pup. I was just a wondering if anyone else had some tips? Also if anyone has puppy potty training tips I wouldn’t be sad to get them?
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On nights that my husband teaches I am responsible for putting our son to bed. It’s not hard per se; the difficulty level is currently set at “3 year old” so make of that as you will. He sits in the potty (with an occasional success), changes into PJs, brushes teeth (some nights better than others), and we read about three books. With his new big boy bed we are able to lay down with him as he falls asleep, lulled into dreams by the music, lights, and mechanical whirring of his sea dreams music box. Some nights he goes to sleep quickly and others it’s a long process of tossing, turning, burrowing, sighing, and resetting of the music box to just the right song. However, as of late, when it is my turn to put him down my cat Molly always seems to choose that exact moment to come back ... More
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How do parents with 2 kids and 1 bedroom make it work? Our toddler has been either sleeping on a mattress by our bed (baby's in our room too) or on the couch in the living room. I think giving him a choice is ruining our sleep. He'll wake up in the middle of the night and either come into our room or want to be tucked in or whatever and sometimes he/baby wake each other up. Husband is a light sleeper with his good hearing and so is barely getting sleep, where I'm kinda scraping by. We actually have a 2 bedroom and toddler's bed is there, but we have a house guest for the foreseeable future.
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Has anyone had to talk to their 2 year old about the death of a pet? Our cat is currently in kidney failure and while he was doing ok for the last couple of months he’s starting to take a turn for the worse. When we were at the Vet today they gave us some more medicine/fluids to give to see if that couldn’t turn him around for the time being but they said that if this didn’t work we’d have to have the talk regarding quality versus quantity of life. Since I know this is imminent I want to figure out now how to talk about this in an age-appropriate but honest way with our daughter when the time comes. Also, we aren’t religious and won’t be talking about heaven or an afterlife. Any advice is greatly appreciated.
My friend and I have been moms for 15 months and every day feel the pressure (and guilt) to provide a well-balance and varied diet for our babies, now toddlers! We want to start a company to help all parents with the on-going question- ‘what shall I cook today?’ Would any moms or dads be interested in a food delivery service for older babies and toddlers? We’d provide simple recipes (10 minutes to prepare, 20-30 minutes to cook) and all the ingredients to make from scratch, nutritionally-balance meals they can eat with their hands. Think complete meals baked in a muffin tray which can be eaten immediately, refrigerated or frozen for later. You could make single portions or cook in batch and don’t need to be Martha Stewart to do it- we’re definitely not but really care what goes into o... More
Ok guys I am in desperate need for help. My daughter is 2 year olds old and quite possibly the pickiest eater alive. She doesn't like meat, vegetables, and only some fruit. She really only wants to eat spaghetti and cinnamon toast (maybe a couple other things but I'm not really exaggerating). It's getting really tough. I feel like she needs to be eating more but she refuses to even try different things. Please please please if you have any ideas please help me!!
Hey Mom and Dads! Looking for some strategies on how to deal with my 19 m/o girl and her bad eating. She’s gotten really fussy whenever I put her in her high chair. I don’t know if she finds it boring or just doesn’t like to eat but almost every time I put her in her chair she says no. And then she throws things (cups, food, spoons, etc.) and barely eats. I don’t want to start a bad habit of letting her walk around and I’m chasing after her with a bowl of food, but I’ve had to resort to that the past two nights to make sure she eats more than two bites or else she wakes up in the middle of the night starving. 🙄 Ugh. I need some ideas as to why she’s started this new trend, how to stop it and how not to lose my s#*! with her. I’m a SAHM so I’m dealing with this 3 times a day and I’m at f... More
I work a full time job. My husband works at night. I was wondering if anyone knew of a legitimate work from home position that I could do? I have an 11 year old daughter, a 3 year old son that is a daddy’s boy and a 1 year old that is a mommas boy completely. We need the extra income.