Last night my husband and I wanted Mexican, but we didn’t want to go out to eat and blow our diet completely out of proportion. So, I decided to make some Mexican Loaded Baked Potatoes. 🙌🏻 I used to make these a lot when I lived in DC. You can always mix up your toppings… Continue reading Mexican Loaded Baked Potato
Golden Advice For Plane Travel With An Infant (9 months and under)
If you’re anything like me, the thought of traveling with your infant can seem rather daunting. But now that I've conquered and experienced it first hand, I am here to tell you, that is can be easy with a little planning. Okay, a lot of planning, but it is well worth it!
Fruit Salad: Keep it simple!
I was inspired upon a recent visit to our local Trader Joe's. I found some great deals on strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries - and I absolutely love eating fresh fruit in the summer! Oh the things you can do with fruit - from eating it plain to putting it on oatmeal or yogurt, even in… Continue reading Fruit Salad: Keep it simple!
Colic Relief Tips – A Mama’s Toolkit
Colic. A word that was not really well known in my vocabulary until I had a baby. Some babies have colic, some babies don't. It normally starts during the second or third week of life (later in preterm infants), and usually gets as bad as it's going to get by 6 weeks. How do you… Continue reading Colic Relief Tips – A Mama’s Toolkit
Motherhood: 6 Things I’ve Learned the First 6 Months – Part 6/6
Motherhood. I have discovered that this new role in my life is full of love, anxiety and lack of sleep! Yet, it has been a life changing and completely rewarding experience. This month I’ll be highlighting 6 things I learned my first 6 months in, as a new mommy. These are merely a collection of… Continue reading Motherhood: 6 Things I’ve Learned the First 6 Months – Part 6/6