The reality is that I hope someday (maybe even someday soonish…) my teens will leave me and be able to feed themselves more than just ramen. So when the opportunity to try out Blue Apron came up, I said yes because I knew it meant a meal my teens could prepare with zero assistance from me, and it would be balanced, nutritious, and would not result in a crime scene of wasted food in my kitchen. (Also, we have a special offer for Alpha Mom readers if you want to sign up, too!)
My very young toddler is starting to show interest and progress in potty-training, but she’s in a daycare center class that doesn’t accommodate for potty-trained little ones. She loves this daycare center, what should I do?
Want a gluten-free version of the homey chicken casserole creations from your youth, updated to be healthier and more flavorful? Try my veggie-heavy version of Chicken Pot Pie.
Do you miss hearty pancakes now that you’ve gone gluten-free? Make your own mix to always have on hand; this one is our family’s favorite weekend brunch!
An update…and another question about kids, peanut allergies and schools.
We went gluten-free, and I cried over sandwiches, but then it got better.
Peanut butter, milk, eggs, honey and more: What risks are true, which ones are exaggerated, and what even the “experts” don’t have a clue about.
My mother-in-law refuses to take my child’s nut allergy seriously. What should we do?
How do I fatten this kid up without dairy?