Healthy Butternut Squash Brown Rice Casserole

I made Butternut Squash and Brown Rice Casserole for dinner tonight. It’s a hearty, naturally sweet-tasting dish, that can be used both as an entree or as a side dish. If used as an entree, a nice salad with an emphasis … Read more

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My typical play dough session with my active boy goes this way: “Mom, make me a car!” “Ok, I’ll make you a play dough car, but you’ll add wheels to it.” “Ok!” Usually, as I am finishing up the said … Read more

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I stumbled upon a great website today: kidcrawl.com The site crawls the web for the lowest prices for mom, baby, and kids.At KidCrawl.com you can:- Find the lowest price on products for your baby and kids – Review products you … Read more

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When most of my friends or their kids catch a cold, they rush to the doctor and are given antibiotics. They typically recover in  three to seven days. If they did absolutely nothing, they would recover in three to seven … Read more

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This recipe is great for those nights when you need to have dinner ready (preferably something healthy,) but your brain is fried and you have no time for anything. I believe that tomatoes and onions are a must to make … Read more

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My toddler loves cooking and is interested in everything that happens in the kitchen, so I figured it’s about time to get my little chef  his own toy kitchen.  When it comes to toys, I prefer wood and other natural materials, … Read more

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      I feel like I’ve been pregnant forever:  I have a 2.5 year old and four month old twins. I stayed active during both of my pregnancies and had big and healthy full-term babies (yes, the twins too. … Read more

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There is always something low-fat, low-calorie happening in the world of “healthy” snacks. I prefer foods that are natural, especially, since my oldest kid is likely to want to nibble on what I am eating. I found this amazing alternative … Read more

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Dark leafy greens are perhaps the most concentrated sources of nutrients. They provide minerals,  like iron, calcium, potassium, and magnesium and vitamins, including vitamins K, C, E, and many of the B vitamins. They also provide a variety of phytonutrients ,  … Read more

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