Spaghetti Sauce Recipe

If you and your family love spaghetti (most children do!) this is a great recipe to have up your sleeve because it’s your way to load up with extra veggies and nutrients, lower the sodium, and save money. You can Read more…

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5 Tips for Eating Out with Kids

Here are some tips for success when it comes to eating out with young children. For babies under ~14 months, bring “whole” foods from home to keep sodium low, especially under 12 months (e.g.; broccoli, tofu, less mess quinoa cups) For toddlers in Read more…

Other House & Kid-Related Products

If you’re a pregnant, breastfeeding, or pumping mama, here are some great nursing workout bras. I have one and it’s great. There’s lots of other workout/breastfeeding gear as well. Use code “THALIA” to get free shipping (US only) Travel toilet Read more…

The Juice on A2 Milk

Milk is frequently demonized on Facebook and Instagram by dieters, “nutritionists”, and supposed “advocates” of “eating clean” (whatever that means)… So if you’ve never herd (get it?) of A2 milk, or don’t know what it is, let’s have a candid conversation about the Read more…

A Guide for Food-Throwing

A lot of parents have reached out with this problem… Food throwing and how to manage it. Here is a short guide to help get things back on track. Babies often drop food towards the end of the meal, when they’re no longer Read more…

Chicken Paprikash Instant Pot

Paprikash comes from the Hungarian word for paprika. Traditionally, these stews do not contain tomatoes (only here in America) and get their red color from the paprika. They also traditionally contain sour cream – my version uses yogurt, a plus Read more…

Whole Wheat Ricotta Pancakes

These pancakes are high in protein, calcium, and fiber. The ricotta and your choice of buttermilk or kefir adds additional protein and calcium. Get your child to help you measure, pour, and mix! What you’ll need: 1 cup whole wheat Read more…

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13 Healthy Take-n-Go Snacks

As we’ve discussed in prior snack articles, snacking is A-OK. The goal with a snack is to think of it as a mini meal. Once you’re in that mini meal mindset you’ll feel comfortable serving your child (and yourself) similar Read more…