One of the toughest things for new parents to adjust to is how to adjust their daily routines around the presence of a new baby. Sometimes bringing a baby home can be as challenging as having the baby. Meal time can be especially challenging which is why freezer-friendly meals are so popular as gifts for new parents. Another great meal option to keep in mind is using your slow-cooker! This allows you prep the meal during the baby’s morning nap, and have it warm and ready-to-serve when you need dinner on the table. Here are some fabulous slow-cooker dinner meals you can make
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It’s that time again… Dinner time. It comes at the same time every day. Everyone’s screaming. Everyone’s starving. And they’re all looking at YOU! It reminds me of a joke I heard once; “Who are these children, and why do they keep calling me MOM?!?!” Remain calm. They can smell fear. Do you know why dinnertime is the longest part of your day? Because it started three days ago, while you were grocery shopping. You said, “Maybe I’ll get a bag of chicken. We might make chicken. I should probably get a vegetable to go with that. What will we eat
Replay is without a doubt one of our favorite product lines new to Cotton Babies. Simple, colorful and affordable, this children’s tableware line is sure to become your family’s favorite too! Made from FDA-approved recycled milk jugs, these eco-friendly mealtime accessories are available in a variety of fun colors for your little one to enjoy. Mix and match to bring some color to your dinner table! Divided Plate. Re-Play’s divided plates not only help portion control and keep food separate, but they’re also made from recycled HDPE. The divided plate’s deep walls are perfect for little ones learning to feed themselves.
My little guy has always been a great eater. Ever since he first started solids, there was rarely anything he didn’t like. After he turned two, I worried that his great little eating habits would change, but they didn’t. I thought we were in the clear, well, that was until he turned three and now we’re learning how to handle a picky eater! For the last four months, my eager little eater has now turned into a persnickety muncher who turns his nose up at the sight of anything that’s not a boiled egg, pack of fruit snacks, or cereal. We’ve had
Pop quiz: What’s worse than staring blankly at your pantry each night, wondering what on earth you’re going to cook for dinner? Answer: Nothing! At least, that’s how I feel! And about 7 years ago I realized something had to change. I had just returned to work after having my first child, and I was desperately looking for ways to streamline our evening routine. By the time I got home from work, tried to think of something to make for dinner, cooked, cleaned up, then my baby was ready for bed! I felt like I wasn’t getting any quality time with