Seed milk for babies? Why not?!?! Seeds are the “eggs” that contain the nutrients needed to nourish the growth of a new plant. So their high nutrient content shouldn’t come as a surprise. What’s surprising is that we generally relegate these nutritional wonders to the occasional snack rather than making them staples of our diet…… Read More Milk It!
Yesterday at the park I struck up a conversation with a grandmother who’s visiting from Argentina to help her daughter, who just had her second child. The older sibling, a little girl named Carla, is only 15 months old. Carla’s grandmother told me that the little girl’s world has been turned upside-down with the baby’s… Read More Food Fight
I come from a Hispanic culture, where mealtimes are sacred. As children, we were expected to have breakfast, lunch, and dinner sitting down at the table. We were also expected to remain seated throughout the meal, have appropriate table manners, and join in or at least listen to the conversation. Weekend meals at home and… Read More Montessori Mealtimes
Last week I wrote about our experience with the Jaramillo Soup. The beauty of this soup is that you can make it with whatever you have in your fridge, so it’s economical and uncomplicated. When I started making it for Zach, I began by giving him 2 oz. three times per day, mixed with breast… Read More Making the Soup
I’m aware that what I’m posting here might not be viewed favorably by everyone, and that’s OK. I just ask that if you have negative comments, please keep them to yourself or write them on your own blog (I won’t approve negative comments for this post, so don’t bother writing them). This is a very… Read More A Mission of Nutrition