It’s been a rough week around here, with Little Pea coming down with croup—and pretty much refusing almost all food since. Everything I’ve read says not to panic; that their appetites will come back when they feel better. But it’s so hard not to panic! When all of her favorites were a no-go, I resigned to giving her Orgain nutrition shakes, which she loves, and as much water as she’d drink. I’m hoping a trip to the bakery this weekend to pick out a treat might convince her to forego her liquid diet for solid food again.
Things To Make
Did you know you can make milk with bananas? THIS IS CRAZY.
These Sweet Potato Millet Pancakes are the perfect weekend breakfast—and then the leftovers can be frozen for busy weekday mornings.
Things To Read
We went apple picking twice already this fall and I kind of wish I had this handy apple variety guide beforehand.
There are more and more natural baby care products available at supermarkets and drugstores and while all these options are awesome, sometimes they can be difficult to navigate. This breakdown of affordable natural baby care brands does a good job evaluating them.
Things To Buy
I’m trying really hard not to hoard plates and bowls and cups for Little Pea, but this rubber wood elephant plate is super tempting.
These crayons are the absolute best for young toddlers. They’re non-toxic, eco-friendly and they’re shaped like eggs, so they’re easy for chubby little hands to use. They also come in an egg carton, which Little Pea enjoys just as much as the crayons themselves.