I’ve come up with what I think is the best recipe for granola. At least it’s the one my family, including my granola-hating husband, loves.
I was a guest on the One Bad Mother podcast, on which I offered hosts Biz and Theresa what I hope is encouraging Minimalist Parenting-inspired advice about sending kids to school for the first time.
Farm animals in children’s books aren’t anything new. But this just-released book leaves the bucolic imagery behind and provides kids (and parents) something different: a humorous, balanced — but clear — connection between farm animals and the food we eat.
Am I dating myself by referencing Tetris, the old school fit-the-falling-shapes-together video game?
You could just buy your entire Thanksgiving dinner ready made. Yes you can.
You’re busy, time is at a premium, someone’s tugging at the hem of your shirt…and sometimes throwing money at a nagging problem is the best way to solve it.
Kerry’s got a great tip for those of you who bring your older babies and toddlers to restaurants.
Consider this my gone fishin’ sign — it will pop up when my attention leads me away from the computer for a few days.
We all scream for ice cream.
Tammy’s tip for simplifying visits to the fast food play area.