Our family’s battle with food allergies continues.
Our youngest son was diagnosed with a peanut allergy at the age of one, and we’ve been diligent about keeping all nuts away from him.
Except for that one time when he got a bite of someone’s peanut butter sandwich. And the other time that some
It’s that time again: cold and flu season. Though my kids and I all got vaccinated, I know nothing is 100%. In fact, seasonal flu vaccines, according to the DCD, are designed to protect only against the “most likely” flu strains for this season. And, of course, it does nothing to ward off the
Do you ever find yourself in a terrible lunch rut with your kids? Every morning I tell myself that I’m going to make something really delicious for Miles’s lunch – and I end up with the same old PB&J – or I tell him to buy his lunch after I stare at the open fridge for an hour.
It had gotten
We’re hoping these family fitness ideas will help you get moving as a family, and make healthy living a habit.
1. The Let’s Move! campaign has many ideas, ranging from buying toys that encourage outdoor play to petitioning your local schools to incorporate more outdoor time.
2. The camp
Whether you like tomato tortellini or you’re a super greens kindof guy, we have a soup for you. Stay warm all winter long with these super simple soup recipes!
Creamy Tomato Tortellini Soup
French Onion Soup and Chocolate Banana Bread
Super Greens Soup
Mexican Posole Verde Soup
My little Simon has a peanut allergy, and the older he gets, the harder it is to make sure we always have two EpiPens with him at all times.
He goes to preschool. He goes to his grandma’s house. He’s with Even Steven. He’s with me.
And at two years old, he can’t be responsible for his own Epi