I’m a huge fan of Dr. Dina Rose’s blog It’s Not About Nutrition. She’s “changing the conversation from nutrition to habits” on the assumption that, with good habits comes good nutrition (eventually).
In the comments of a recent post on kid-friendly knives, Emma mentioned that her kids safely chop and slice using a plastic lettuce knife.
Amazon has put a bunch of Ekobrew models on sale today. I did a quick survey of prices elsewhere on the Internet, and the Amazon prices look really good.
For the next few days, the Cuisinart SmartStick is in the Amazon Gold Box for 50% off the list price. Price good until 10/21/12 (unless they run out sooner).
It’s a wonderful thing when a kid lets you know he’s ready for more independence. Safety can be tricky, though, but Melissa found a happy medium.
I’ve been trying to place the “bigness” of the ONEMoms trip to Ethiopia into context both for myself and my kids…but I’m falling short. But at least I can share a bit of Ethiopia with my kids before I leave home: we can eat Ethiopian food.
Frozen ice cream brownies! Could there be a better summer dessert? Choose your favorite ice cream flavor and embellishments, and prepare to delight friends and family.
It’s summer, and I don’t wanna cook. Actually, I don’t mind the cooking; it’s the thinking about cooking I want to lose.
Hannah, long-time Parent Hacks reader and new mom, discovered a robust alternative to standard nursing pads.
Good lidded cups are hard to find, and, with this hack, the price is definitely right.