Posted by Kerrie Snowdon, guest blogger When learning how to make popsicles, you should keep in mind that these delicious treats don’t need to be unhealthy. In fact, they can be an easy way to eat clean and can contribute to your five daily servings of fruits and vegetables. As the temperature rises in the [...]
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Posted by Bethany Johnson, guest blogger Most parts of the country have had a long, snowy winter, and even though it is officially spring, many people still have snow blanketing their backyards. One way to ease your cabin fever is to start your spring garden early. Think it’s impossible? Not at all, if you try starting [...]
Posted by Jae Curtis, guest blogger All of your baby’s firsts are photo-worthy. From the first gummy smile to the first steps, capturing all this progress is an investment in your baby’s future—one day, you’ll have the chance to look back and reminisce. Another great investment in your little one’s future is taking the time to [...]
Posted by Jennifer A. DiGiovanni, guest blogger After an extremely long winter, your kids have most likely stored up enough excess energy to power a small city. As springtime kicks into high gear, the longer daylight hours increase everyone’s alertness, and parents always seem to be trying to encourage exercise for kids to keep them physically [...]
Posted by Bethany Johnson, guest blogger In my social circles, there is a lot of talk about cloth diapers and whether they are an asset or an annoyance. Though we all want the best for our babies, budgets, and the environment, some of us are unwilling to make the switch to cloth diapers, while others swear [...]
Posted by Bethany Johnson, guest blogger As parents, we want the best for our children, especially when it comes to our kids’ health. Pediatricians agree that good oral health is essential for children’s overall wellness, and recommend visiting a kid’s dentist early on. From the first tooth eruption, it’s important to do your best to care [...]
Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger A few weeks ago I added something new to my gym bag: aluminum-free deodorant. I’ve always wanted to try this personal care product, and I’m glad I did! Making the Switch I try to always be conscious about using green products. I recently decided that when it came to [...]
Posted by Laura Agadoni, guest blogger When my children were old enough to start brushing their own teeth, I taught them to hum “Happy Birthday” twice so they would know they brushed their teeth for long enough. But I knew I had to start the brushing routine before that stage if I wanted to ingrain the [...]
Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger Is your little one curious about Mother’s Day? Help your child create a special gift for Mom or a Grandmother this weekend. Share these green, environmentally-friendly Mothers Day ideas for kids with your little one! A Poem from the Heart Head to the craft store and pick out some [...]
Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger Some days, when it’s difficult to get enough fruits and vegetables on my plate, I turn to juicing. It’s amazing how a huge pile of produce can quickly turn into a nutrient-packed glass of tasty juice. My favorite vegetable juicer recipe is rich in vitamins A and C and [...]