Hi There! I would like to welcome guest blogger Nina from Sleeping Should be Easy. This is the second time Nina has contributed to Mommy’s Organics and I’m thrilled. She’s here today with some great tips on how to prepare for baby, so you can actually get some sleep.
Hi There! I decided to do a post since I’ve been having problems with my phone. I flew into Portland two days ago and couldn’t get over the fact that it was so green. Once we left the airport the city looked like the opening credits of Portlandia. I had to play the Portlandia theme song as we headed down town.
It’s Monday already. Wow, that weekend sure went fast. On Friday, Little Pumpkin Doodle and I headed over to Home Depot. I’m not a gardener, in fact I find it stressful. I tend to kill the heartiest of plants. However, if I’m going to teach LPD about living an organic lifestyle, I figured she better learn how to grow some fruits, herbs or vegetables. [Read more...]
If I’ve said it once, I’ll say it again, I love Pinterest. What is it? It’s simply an online pinboard. I came across a board dedicated to mason jars, but the pin that hit home were the mason jar meals. I thought, what a clever way to store meals and not have to search for the top to the plastic container. More importantly, the jars make healthy food look more appetizing. [Read more...]
During the holiday season, I received a gift card to a ”smoothie establishment.” While out doing errands with Little Pumpkin Doodle, I’d forgotten my diaper bag along with her snack. It was close to lunch and she started getting cranky. Since I had a few more errands to run, I sensed it was time to use the smoothie gift card. [Read more...]
Little Pumpkin Doodle loves to go the local farmers market on Wednesday to buy her organic carrots. I’m convinced there is one farmer who purposely grows kid friendly sized carrots so that kids try them. My hubby and I have tried to ensure that our daughter gets a healthy organic start in life, so we’ve introduced her to edamame, sea weed, hummus and greek yogurt at an early age. [Read more...]