Posted by Lauren Ross
on Mar 30th, 2013 in Motherhood
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The Organic Family Cookbook is a fantastic cookbook, but is much more than just a cookbook. Throughout the book there are “Together” tips that give great ways to grow, cook, and be “green” as a family. This cookbook takes being a family to a whole new level!
Posted by Jason Ross
on Mar 1st, 2013 in Uncategorized
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I ran across a site the other day that I thought was very cool and I look forward to my daughter being old enough to use this resource. The site is Little Passports, and they offer a monthly service for kids between the ages of 5 and 12 to expose them to different countries around the world or different states across the United States.
A couple months have passed since I first post about 10 Must Have Baby Items and I felt it was time to add to the list. As my daughter has grown, so has the list of essential baby items. Any parent knows that narrowing down a list of esentials to only 10 items is pretty much impossible. So here are ten more baby items that make life so much easier for my me and my wife.
For folks that do not wish to mess with an actual scrapbook and the cutting, gluing, arranging, etc., Shutterfly offers a great alternative with professional appearance and is also easy to use. So here is my review of their photo-book tool, along with tips and suggestions for making the most of your Shutterly.com book.
From Bacon Baby wipes to baby tank strollers, this article is about innovative new ways to get dads more involved in raising their kids. This article is dedicated to the women out there wondering how to get their men more involved in taking care of babies.