Hacks For Travelling With Kids these Holidays

Tis the season to be jolly! Uhm… that could depend on how you tackle your next road trip with kids in tow. Traveling with kids may not always feel like that much of a holiday. So be prepared! Try to make the journey enjoyable for everyone. I can hear the ‘Mommy are we there yet” line ringing in my ear. I therefore went searching and … Continue reading Hacks For Travelling With Kids these Holidays

What are Some of the Common Challenges of Breast Feeding?

Last week we looked at how easy it is breastfeed and noted that there are some challenges that women face when breast feeding. Today we look at some of the physical challenges that may arise. When making the decision to breastfeed, it’s a good idea to review the possible challenges with your partner so that should these challenges arrive your well informed partner can provide … Continue reading What are Some of the Common Challenges of Breast Feeding?

Is the Breast Best?

For many new mummies, the decision to breastfeed at first appears to be a difficult one. Many people struggle with the idea that they will breastfeed their newborn. The idea itself is foreign. For myself I certainly experienced this feeling. In day to day society breastfeeding in public is only recently becoming acceptable. There is a lot of contradictory information in the general media. They … Continue reading Is the Breast Best?

Easy like Sunday Morning Chicken Recipes

Many moms (myself included) find cooking stressful and time consuming. It’s also challenging to come up with a dish that everyone will enjoy and caters to dietary requirements. Here are 2 quick and easy ideas for making chicken. Recipe 1 Ingredients: Chicken pieces, Tomato Sauce, Chutney and Coke (can substitute with Tab or Diet Coke) Instructions: Measure out equal quantities of Tomato Sauce, Chutney and … Continue reading Easy like Sunday Morning Chicken Recipes

Table Manners for Children

Your child must see you and the rest of the family setting the etiquette and good manners standards, be it at the dinner table, greeting people or answering the phone, how you interact with people and talk to them, in fact, with anything and everything you do. Remember you are never alone, their little eyes are watching your every move! This is how children learn! … Continue reading Table Manners for Children

Lunch Box Snack of the Week: No-Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies

Prep/ Cooking Time: 15 minutes/30 minutes Servings: makes 8 servings Storage: Store in an airtight container for up to 5 days in the fridge. Equipment: 2 mixing bowls, 2 pans, baking pan Served warm, straight from the oven, or chilled as dessert, there’s almost nothing to beat this lovely treat.  A perfect lunch box accompaniment your little one will love. Ingredients 6 tablespoons sugar, divided 3/4 cups of … Continue reading Lunch Box Snack of the Week: No-Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies

Mighty Mom’s Meatless Monday: Stuffed Portbellos

Prep/ Cooking Time: 10 minutes/30 minutes Servings: Makes 3 to 4 servings Storage: Serve immediately, or keep for up to 2 days Equipment: 1 pan, 1 casserole pan Ingredients: 4 tsp. extra virgin olive oil 2 carrots, peeled and finely diced 2 medium onions, finely diced 1/2 green pepper, finely diced 2 cloves garlic, minced 2 tsps. basil 2 tsps. oregano 2 cups cooked brown rice Salt and … Continue reading Mighty Mom’s Meatless Monday: Stuffed Portbellos