Today, I decided to make some frittatas with leftover bell peppers, malunggay, carrots, and tomatoes from previous meals. Continue reading “Serving Leftovers: Vegetable Frittatas”
Y had two servings of this for breakfast. He LOVES mangoes and greek yogurt, and lately, he’s been eating a lot of almonds mixed with his snacks, as well. Continue reading “Easy Snack: Mango, raw almonds, greek yogurt”
For Y’s lunch today, I decided to bake a creamy broccoli casserole with some leftover chicken. This 4-ingredient dish was a hit! Continue reading “Broccoli Casserole”
Our going to Kidzoona was rather on an impulse -the night before we went, I had badly wanted to take Y out to somewhere where the three of us could all enjoy. After scanning through a few Mommy reviews online (all of which were positive), my husband and I decided to take Y to Kidzoona last Saturday. Our experience was truly one for the books. 🙂
Y’s eclectic palate has always amazed us. For his lunch today, I decided to put a few of his favorite things onto a skewer: chicken, bell peppers, and eggplants. Continue reading “Oven-roasted Chicken and Vegetable Kebabs”
Y has been waking up earlier than usual these past few days. Usually, he’ll have a heavy brunch as he wakes up pretty late (around 12 noon). Lately, though, I felt the need to make him a light “breakfast” and a heavier “lunch” as his appetite has been increasing, as well.
We have been exclusively on cloth diapers since Y turned a month old. I’ve devoted countless hours of research and trial-and-error (I test different brands, soakers/inserts, and even laundry detergents) to rule out what works best for Y and for our lifestyle.
Bumgenius nappies have always been our workhorse diapers. Some our BGs are already almost a year old, but they work just as efficient as the first time we used them.