Spinach Fritter-Cakes

‘Tis the season for latkes and Swedish pancakes, among other goodies. Here’s our take on a pancake/fritter hybrid that delivers a good dose of protein and veggies during this season of indulgence. High in protein – and flavor! – this recipe is an easy one and the results are easy to freeze and reheat for future enjoyment.

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First 8 Signs to Teach Your Baby

Why teach your baby sign language?  Babies can understand verbal communication before they develop the skills required to verbally communicate themselves.  Teaching your baby how to sign can provide them with a valuable communication skill that will enhance, rather than delay, their overall language development.  Signing may also help you gain a better understanding of how your child views the world around them and in turn lead to less fussiness and fewer meltdowns due to communication misunderstandings.

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House Hunting With Kids

You’ve snagged the best realtor in the area. You’ve made a list of everything you’re looking for in your dream home. You’ve scoured every realty site for countless hours and mapped out the perfect route for a weekend jam packed full of showings.  You are ready to jump head first into the daunting task of house hunting. There’s just one little problem: you couldn’t find a babysitter. While the thought of hours upon hours of viewing homes with your little ones in tow makes you want to throw in the towel before you even begin, fear not. While it’s not the ideal situation, with careful thought and planning, you can successfully house hunt with your kids. If you follow these helpful tips, finding your dream home can be a memorable and enjoyable family task.

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5 Early Gender Prediction Methods

When you’re pregnant and wanting to find out the gender of your unborn baby, twenty weeks feels like an eternity. That big ultrasound just can’t get here soon enough! Interestingly, you may not have to wait as long as your doctor says. Here are five methods that may be able to tell you the gender of your baby as early as six weeks into your pregnancy! However, you may not want to go painting the baby’s room blue or pink just yet.

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Best Books To Read Before Trying To Conceive

So you think you’re ready to have a baby. At least, you and your partner agree that you’re ready to begin trying to conceive. You’ve answered every question on the list Important Things To Consider Before TTC, and passed with flying colors! Now what? You head over to the local book store to pick up a few of the popular titles on the subject that your friends and colleagues suggested to give you some helpful tips on boosting your chances. Suddenly, you are standing in front of the largest, most intimidating wall of hundreds of pre-conception books, all claiming to be exactly what you need to achieve pregnancy quickly. Whether you’ve been TTC for a while or your journey has just begun, we have compiled a list of beneficial books, some of which have provided us, personally, with the knowledge to achieve our very own TTC goals.

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Breastfeeding During The Holidays

Holidays can present some challenges for the breastfeeding mother: busy schedules that result in missed feedings; traveling with pumped breast milk; tempting seasonal libations; and well-meaning but unsolicited advice on breastfeeding from family are among the challenges you may face. Arm yourself with the information below to ensure you meet your own personal breastfeeding goals.

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Special Occasion Dresses with Biscotti and Kate Mack

special occasion dresses by biscotti

If you are looking for the perfect special occasion or holiday dress for your daughter look no further than Biscotti and Kate Mack. Dresses range from girly and casual to fancy and frilly. No matter the party atmosphere, Biscotti and Kate Mack have the perfect dress and each one is stunning. Read more to enjoy some of the prettiest dresses you’ll ever see…

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Picky Eaters: 3 Ways To Sneak In Veggies

As a parent, it can be so frustrating to have a picky eater on your hands. No matter what persuasive techniques you use, you just can’t get them to eat their veggies.

While it is so easy to stress out about whether or not they are getting the proper nutrition, try not to beat yourself up over it. Eventually their tastebuds will grow.

Until then, keep offering them vegetables and a variety of new foods and in the mean time, try our techniques for sneaking in some healthy veggies into recipes they may already enjoy eating.

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