Actually Realistic Breakfast Ideas For Kids

A couple of days ago, I decided to put myself into tryhard-mom-mode and see what other people are feeding their offspring. I was not surprised to realize that the whole mom society gets up at 4 o'clock in the morning to prepare baked avocado with raspberry sauce, homemade oatmeal blueberry bars and banana pancakes with … Continue reading Actually Realistic Breakfast Ideas For Kids

The Disappointing Story About Our Pro-Sugar Pediatrician

Big update: I just published the audiobook version of my free book, Solid Food 101. If you were about to read this post, I think you’ll love it. Listen to it here: https://youtu.be/c5g2Wac1MPY I love writing about my child. It is one of the greatest passions that I have, the reason for me to stay awake … Continue reading The Disappointing Story About Our Pro-Sugar Pediatrician

Preparing Food In Batches: Two Ways To Save Time In The 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

Letter To My 9-Month Old Baby Boy

My Dear Boy, I had a long, hard week. It’s Thursday evening as I write this, and I’m hoping for a Friday that treats me well. I’m tired. Very tired. I have my last two exams soon, and after that, I could be done with University. I could get my diploma, knowing that there’s nothing … Continue reading Letter To My 9-Month Old Baby Boy