When you’re called considering a post exercise proteiny snack, let’s be fair all you’re after is a quick and easy, delightful, guilt free bit of vending machine troughing. You just need something to smash in your face to keep the hunger at bay until it’s time for lunch. A handy packet of hula-hoops or a snickers would be ideal but that would only undo you trial by treadmill and make all the blood, sweat and tears ultimately redundant.
I thought I’d do a little reflective post on our first week of weaning. Turns out I had to refresh my memory of what to do so fingers crossed there’ll be some helpful tips in here. I offer weaning home visits at work, it’s crazy how much I’ve forgotten whilst on maternity leave. God help me when maternity leave is up!!
We’re borderline nomads having moved around A LOT, so when it comes to car travel we’re seasoned pros! Currently our closest family members are a 5 hour car journey away.
Arty Apple was set up by Amy when on maternity leave with her first child. She creates beautiful personalised products and gifts for children and babies. She has a big range of products, all of which can be personalised by names and or dates.
This is not a post about trying to convert your fussy eater into a salad loving delight. It is about lying and being deceitful! I’m all for conversion but it takes a loooooong time so in the meantime, whist you’re trying to add visible vegetables onto a plate of beige food here’s how you can assure they’re at least getting some goodness in their diet.
I was kindly sent some Sudocrem Care and Protect to review. Nappy rash is something we’ve managed to avoid… until now. I have a feeling it’s teething related but little Reg is suffering with a sore, red bum! I’ve found over the years that bum out time helps heal nappy rash a treat.
As I have mentioned before, I have one very good eater and the other provides a constant battle to get anything nutritious into her. Making smoothies for the kids are one way I can be sure they’re getting a heathy dose of vitamins.
I have tried and tested this recipe over the years at work and at home. It is always an absolute hit for all ages, so easy and really adaptable. I prefer this recipe over a non-cook recipe as I’ve found that this one keeps much better.
My girls are the only people I know who can have an argument, arguing the same point. They love each other dearly (I’m sure they do) but my god the sibling fighting.
Reggie is approaching 6 months (far quicker than I like) so I’m starting to think about weaning. He’s started watching intently and has had plenty of opportunity to gawp whilst I’ve piled Christmas food into my mouth.