How To Celebrate Your Baby’s First Thanksgiving

Ways To Celebrate Your Baby’s First Thanksgiving This is going to be Itty Bitty’s first Thanksgiving – so we want to make it extra special!  So here’s some suggestions on how to celebrate with Food, Fashion, and Fun! Food: Let’s be honest. Thanksgiving is ALL about the food – so why not include your youngest family members. If your baby is eating purees, feel free to puree some green beans, heat up a little bit of that canned pumpkin, and most…

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Tall Mom tiny kitchen: Pureed Green Beans Baby Food

How to make pureed green beans for babies One of my favorite memories from my childhood was going out to our garden and picking fresh green beans off of the stalks and eating them. I loved the crunch, the bright color, and the fresh little slippery beans inside.  Green beans are in season in Rhode Island from June through the beginning of November, but when making baby food I’d choose to puree organic frozen green beans – as fresh ones…

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Fall And Winter Seasonal Produce For Infants And Families {guest post}

The following is a guest post by Beth Waters. Beth is the mother of two children and would call herself a “supermom,” but believes every mom has super capabilities. She dedicates her life to teaching her children to live healthy and happily.  Her knowledge and proficiency in health and fitness comes from her experience writing for medical companies such as Liberty Medical. You can also check out other fitness, health, and family related posts at Carrots Over Cake, or find…

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Pics of the Week

This week’s photos were incredibly colorful!  I can’t wait to see this upcoming week’s Thanksgiving themed pictures 🙂 Top Left: @sue2q Top Right: @jeme0425 Bottom Left: @lizhanes Bottom Right: @corey3711 Join in the fun by participating in the November Photo A Day Challenge Share your photos on Instagram, and add the hashtag #tmtbphotoaday I will pick 4-8 pictures to highlight and share each week as “Pics of the Week.”…

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Tall Mom tiny kitchen: Inside Our Second Veggie Box

I adore Farm Fresh RI – especially because of their weekly delivered Veggie Boxes.  Our second Winter Veggie Box was loaded with Thanksgiving goodness!  I pick up my veggie box every week at East Side Mart – which is a public Veggie Box drop off site.  If you have thought about signing up for a veggie box of your own – you’ll want to do so quickly!  The Winter box is only for the months of November and December. Here’s what was inside…

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Tall Mom tiny kitchen: Pureed Peas Baby Food

How to make pureed peas for babies It just so happens that one of Itty Bitty’s favorite things to eat are peas mixed with carrots. They are in season for an extremely short amount of time here in RI – June & July, and October. As fantastic as fresh peas are, don’t feel guilty for using frozen peas for your baby food. Selecting Peas If you are purchasing fresh peas – know that their sweetness dwindles over time. Find out…

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Nuroo Nursing Scarf {review} & Giveaway

Nursing has had it’s challenges and so many rewards.  Because Itty Bitty showed up a few weeks ahead of schedule, I was never able to actually take a breastfeeding class. Luckily, the hungry little bugger army crawled/squirmed across my chest the minute after he was born, and found my right breast.  Kid should be a navigator one day, he was dead on! The days after birth were a blur of activity. Between learning the sounds of a newborn, being poked…

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