Did you know that the AAP (American Academy of Pediatrics) suggests about 5 ounces (or two kid-size gulps) of water or a sports drink every 20 minutes for an 88-pound child. Offering healthy drinks regularly with Drink in the Box, Pura, and Kupp will help ensure proper hydration…and reduces waste.
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These are my “little sisters”. While most small children were asking Santa Clause for ponies, barbies, and ant farms, I was asking Santa to please bring me a sister. And at the age of five, my wish came true. Born the day after Christmas was my first sister Nicola. Three years later, Antonia joined our family too. While I missed out on some of the early years of mischief, and at times was the target for their mischief, these two women will forever be my cornerstone. They spied on my first kisses, they read my diary, they killed my fish, they were present at both births of my children, and they’ve been with me through this past year of divorce.
I love love love opening my refrigerator, and having healthy options ready for snacks and quick meals.
This week a girlfriend got me motivated to make some plans for a shared prep prior to the kids and I leaving for New York. Less than 24 hours after returning home from the east coast, our fridge had the above goodness, plus more! Generally we make a plan for what we will prep, and then divide the list between two to three households. There are usually a few last minute changes, like this week I over roasted the cauliflower, so it became a delicious Thai Curry Cauliflower Soup.
Alex says he wants to be a scientist when he grows up. When asked why he wants to be a scientist, he answers, “Because I’m curious every day!”
Bone broth is like the SUPERHERO of winter foods. “What makes bone broth so special?” you ask. “Isn’t stock, broth, bone broth all the same?” NO! Let me tell you why… A TRUE bone broth can be simmered up to 48 hours. During this time the bones and marrow are cooked down, releasing collagens (gelatin rich in amino acids), minerals (calcium and phosphorus), electrolytes (magnesium, sodium and potassium), and proteins.