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I prefer to live a healthy lifestyle wherever I can. That’s especially true when it comes to the products and foods I offer my kids. Organic cooking is not that much different than cooking traditionally grown foods, you just have to keep an eye on your ingredients. Sometimes you have to make some substitutions, but there are plenty of incredible organic recipes out there. Here are some of my favorites. 1. Organic Strawberry Lemonade Pops Skip the pesticides and extra sugar! These are perfect for the summer and easy to make...

All the experts agree that once you become pregnant, it’s healthy to keep getting exercise. Not only will a regular exercise routine keep you feeling healthy throughout your term, but it will make labor easier too. Fortunately, you don’t need a gym membership or fancy equipment. Exercise can be had right in the comfort of your own home. Here are some simple exercises to help you stay fit during your pregnancy. (Always remember: if something hurts or doesn’t feel right, stop immediately. Consult your doctor if pain lingers.) 1. Plié...

At the moment, it’s no secret that organic foods cost more than traditionally manufactured foods. The prices are coming down as many people in the country switch to organic diets, but there’s still a ways to go. If you want to eat healthy, you’ll have to find ways to stretch your budget so you don’t go broke. Here are some tips on buying organic foods on a budget. 1. Buy generic organic. The organic trend has become so popular, that many supermarket chains and food stores now offer generic versions...

Watching little ones try food for the first time is always exciting for me. Their facial expressions when the flavors hit their tongue are always worth a laugh. If you have the help, video your baby when you offer food the first time.  Breast milk is the best source of nutrition for babies, but there's no harm in offering some solid foods here and there. A smooth transition is always preferred to sudden weaning. The idea is to create a positive pattern of good eating habits so your child prefers...

Think for a moment about how often you experience music on a daily basis. You hear it on TV, in the car, in restaurants, and at the gym. You may even listen to music all day at work. Music is a big part of our lives. It evokes emotion and even changes how we feel, so it’s important that we introduce it to our children. Here are some ways you can introduce music into your baby’s playtime. 1. Use music to speed things up. When it’s time to play, put...

When you’re setting up your nursery, you probably intend to create a safe, happy place where your baby can learn, play and grow. Unfortunately, even the nursery isn’t without its own dangers that we, as parents, have to be mindful of. Here are a few harmful things you’ll want to avoid in your nursery. 1. Lead paint Many homes built in the 1970s were painted with lead-based paint. If your home was built during this time period, you’ll want to strip the paint, treat the walls, and repaint it with...

Many families start with cloth diapers right away, but some switch later on as they become more experienced parents. If you’re considering making the switch to cloth diapers, it’s easier than most people think. You’ll save thousands over the course of your child’s diaper-wearing years and they reduce your family’s impact on the environment. You can switch to cloth diapers at any time, but you’ll want to do it sooner rather than later to maximize the advantages. Here are some tips on taking the plunge. 1. If you're unsure, go...

The best way for someone to learn is when all their senses are involved so their brain gets lot of information. Sensory play is any activity that stimulates all of your child's sense so they use scientific methods of discovery. A big part of development comes from freely exploring one's environment, that's why it's important to give your children sensory play activities. Here are a few ways you can encourage sensory play, but don't stop here! Look more on the web to find some others. 1. Play Dough Play Dough...

Breast milk provides a special combination of essential nutrients for your child; a combination that cannot be recreated as formula. You can ensure your child’s proper development and avoid several health issues by breastfeeding exclusively for the first six months and for as long as you’re comfortable.It’s important that we protect babies’ developing bodies as best we can, and that means providing them with the best nourishment. Breastfeeding has been devalued in our country (and elsewhere in the world) so it’s important we understand the benefits to breastfeeding our children.1. Breastfeeding...

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