For some parents, this may seem easier said than done! Getting a child to finish eating (and be satisfied with how much they've had) can be a challenge. Luckily, it's been the very thing that works fantastic in our family - my son has never left anything sitting on the plate, and it isn't because … Continue reading Getting A Young Child To Finish The Meal Without Bribe Or Punishment
At first, it sounds like a controversial statement. Isn't it everyone's goal to make as much money as possible, so they can improve their quality of life? Aren't less wealthy people hungry more often, or eating poor quality food more often? Essentially, you could argue that all of this makes sense. However, being on the … Continue reading This Is Why We Eat Better When We Spend Less On Food
Weekend is a great time for cooking big meals in our family - there's enough time for me to make something tasty while Filip is looking after the baby. Yesterday, I made this tasty cheese chard pie. We've gotten some great news - Viktor no longer seems to be showing signs of being allergic to … Continue reading Here’s How To Make This Incredible Cheese Chard Pie!
We live in a judgmental world. There's a whole competition on the social media, parents trying to prove to the people they don't even know that they're the best. That their methods are the most effective in producing the "perfect child". The truth is, there are no perfect methods and there isn't a perfect child. … Continue reading The Stuff You Shouldn’t Feel Guilty About: Baby’s First Year
Let’s admit it: the pressure on moms and dads to be amazing is unfairly measured in time spent on doing baby-related things. We live lives where the efficiency matters, though, and saving time on preparing food for your kids does not make you a bad parents. If anything, it gives you enough time for other … Continue reading Preparing Food In Batches: Two Ways To Save Time In The First Year