We are back from vacation at the beach! We had a great time with lots of sand and sun! The kids had a blast in the ocean! We left early this morning with the goal of getting the girls back in time for an afternoon nap. Two days without a nap for two year olds
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This Saturday, the girls and I went shopping…that was fun! Somehow the cart is just wide enough to fit between the racks of clothing. The girls have an amazing reach and cat like reflexes to grab and pull down anything within their grasp! Once we arrived at the checkout, my cart was full unwanted items.
I can honestly say that we consume 90% of what I prepare. There is very little that goes to waste in our house. Besides the obvious reason that we should not waste food. I also spend a lot of time preparing, cooking and planning so I don’t want to throw out what is left on […]
In my last post I talked about the importance of sticking to a real food template despite bumps in the road. Those bumps could come from pressure from other parents. Your child’s changing preferences. Confusion or overwhelming information from the media, claiming new and better health trends. Being a Mom is an amazing job but also can be
I think one of the most difficult things about meal planning for kids is the fear that they won’t like the meal. Food is expensive, time to plan and prepare it is expensive! What happens if they won’t eat it? The girls are almost two and a half and they have moments of food protests.
I am firing back up the blog with the same passion for bringing you fresh ideas. Moms4Health is all about empowering Moms! I am inspired every day by all of the amazing Mothers out there. I learn new tips and tricks everyday both from others as well as failed or successful attempts of my own.
Today I am thankful for my crazy life. Every single day is an adventure. There are moments when I don’t think I can handle it all and then, I do. Life with two sets of twins is a test of endurance, patience, and mental fortitude. Each one of my kids is unique in their approach