Real food vacation with two sets of twins!

This was our most successful beach trip yet! Those of you with children know what I am talking about. Some vacations are more work than they are relaxation. Not this one! We had extra help from my amazing in laws, a beautiful place to stay, great food and happy kids. The girls went three days … Continue reading Real food vacation with two sets of twins!


Meal Creativity

This was a breakfast this week. Pastured fried eggs in coconut oil, organic fresh blueberries (on sale and a real score at Whole Foods this week!), marinated balsamic beets and a new recipe of vegan carob banana bread with sunflower seeds. I am hosting a real food block party in August for Moms and their … Continue reading Meal Creativity

A real food beach vacation

Packing real food for the car requires strategic planning! It must be something that is fresh but does not crumble easily. Any packaging should be easily opened by the child and not require parent intervention. The vessel holding the food must be sturdy enough to hold multiple items. The chosen food must be substantial enough … Continue reading A real food beach vacation

FIVE Tips for Whole Food Kids

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 … Continue reading FIVE Tips for Whole Food Kids

Kids and food battles: Stay the course

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. … Continue reading Kids and food battles: Stay the course