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Feeding Baby & Toddler

Baked Banana Oatmeal Muffins

Feeding Baby & Toddler

I took these on our recent camping trip and they were a hit!! They are inspired by the Chocolate Covered Katie’s Breakfast Oatmeal Cupcakes. I love all of her recipes!! These muffins are very similar to the chocolate chip pumpkin muffin recipe that I have posted if you want to try a different flavor. There […]

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Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Banana Baked Oatmeal Muffins

Feeding Baby & Toddler

These are my favorite go-to baked oatmeal muffins! I have made these many, many times and they have quickly become a crowd pleaser. I am using whole oats and not ground in the recipe so the texture is a bit different then regular muffins. They are more like “baked oatmeal.” So that’s why I call them baked oatmeal muffins. lol Nevertheless, my […]

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Does My Toddler NEED Cow’s Milk?

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Does my toddler NEED milk?? Many parents are asking this question so I thought what better time to post information about this topic. Your baby is turning one and you may be thinking it’s time to transition him to Cows Milk because that’s what “you do” when they turn one. Well I am here to […]

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Love-Homemade Popsicles

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Summer is just around the corner and it’s the perfect time to talk about popsicles!! Have you ever read the label of a box of popsicles they sell at most stores? Most are filled with artificial colors, artificial preservatives, high fructose corn syrup and words that you can’t even pronounce. Some even contain Splenda! (Read […]

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Recipe-Spinach Chips

Feeding Baby & Toddler

This is a great way to get greens into your families diet and is an excellent alternative to regular chips. My 16 month old loves these and even his little buddy tried them and liked them too!  They were grabbing them by the handful and stuffing them in their mouth. I don’t know if it […]

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Protein Rich Foods for Baby and Toddler

Feeding Baby & Toddler

When you are vegan you may get asked the question…where does your protein come from? Plant foods provide a sufficient amount of protein as long as you are eating enough calories. Below I have listed info about protein as well as many plant sources of where you can get your protein from. About Protein: Proteins are […]

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Going Dairy Free for Your Breastfed Baby

Feeding Baby & Toddler

Is your baby super fussy and you don’t know why? There is a normal fussy baby and then there is the inconsolable baby who cries every night no matter what you do. If you feel that is your baby read on… That was my baby. He was the perfect baby for the first few weeks. […]

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