My Baby Has Eczema: Now What?

It happens suddenly one day when you’re playing with your baby; you notice the red rash and bumps on their cheeks or scalp. Eczema. Don’t panic. A few things you should know is that about 20% of babies have this condition, it’s more likely to show up if another family member has it, it isn’t contagious and there’s a good chance your child will outgrow it by age 2. Breathing easier yet? No? No need to worry, I’ve got a few tips to help calm both your baby’s skin and your mind. Continue reading “My Baby Has Eczema: Now What?”

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Battle of the Baby Formula “Keurigs”

It’s 4 a.m and the baby monitor in your bedroom bursts to life thanks to the hungry baby in the next room over. Oh, you haven’t heard? 3 hours of sleep is the new 8 hours of sleep. Don’t stress, there’s a way to skip the tired fumbling around in the dark as you struggle to get a bottle of formula together. How you ask? Imagine a Keurig for babies where formula mixes with pre-heated water and drips directly into a bottle, the three products listed below do just that. I’ve listed the pros and cons of each machine and attached a link where you can purchase them but before you make up your mind let’s get into the Battle of the Baby Formula Kuerigs: Continue reading “Battle of the Baby Formula “Keurigs””

Quick and Easy Cinnabon Waffle Recipe!

Cinnabon Waffles are a quick and easy way to celebrate National Waffle Iron Day! This is a great way to entertain children and to make a yummy snack. Bored at home or in a rush, you will have these Cinnabon Waffles in less than 15 minutes!

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8 Tips to Finally Win the Veggie War

We all know the pains of trying to a child to eat those greens they despise so much. However, British food writer Bee Wilson says there may be hope after all. In her new book First Bite, Bee draws on research from neuroscientists, nutritionists, and food psychologists and finds that there are many factors that make up our love for certain foods and Screen Shot 2016-06-16 at 3.03.10 PMwhy we are repulsed by others. Things like family, culture, memory, gender, and hunger. She writes, “our food desires are mainly the product of memory.” For example, if your child gets a great grade on a test or project, you may take them out for ice cream. Ice cream is now connected to a loving tradition shared by parent and child.

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