Your kids won’t eat their veggies? Yeah, same here. According to the USDA, 2 to 3 year-olds should be getting at least 1 cup of veggies a day. But if it’s already tough enough to get even a single bite in, you’re probably wondering: how on earth am I supposed to make them eat a WHOLE CUP?
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At Peekaboo, it is incredibly important to us to teach our kids how to protect the planet so they can enjoy the marvelous wonders of the world for years to come.
Being based in Miami, FL, we spend a lot of time going to the beach. Recently we had a family beach day, and my son Leo pointed at something in the water and asked, very concerned, “Mommy, what is that?” It was a floating plastic bag. I told him that when we see litter, we pick it up. So we proceeded to take the bag to the trash together. When I told him he just saved a bunch of fishies, his whole face lit up.
Lizzy Kline is a St. Louis based professional Organizer. She discovered her passion for organization and decluttering while being a full time mom of four. Lizzy is a firm believer that organization is a skill that everyone can learn. Now, she shares her tips and tricks for how to reimagine your kitchen spaces and declutter your life!
Why are so many people going organic? You’ve probably seen the USDA organic label and wondered what that really means. What is the difference between an organic cauliflower and a non-organic cauliflower? We decided to break it down to help you understand what organic really means, and why eating organic matters.
As most parents can agree, getting kids to eat a healthy diet can sometimes feel like a Herculean task! Whether it’s too many sweets, excess snacki...
It’s one of our favorite days of the year - National Comfort Food Day! Especially this year, we can all use a little comfort food in our life. Here...
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Rikki Heiken is the owner of the popular pilates studio The Sweat Studio. As a mom and fitness expert, she believes in the importance of daily movement for children. Now, Rikki is taking her fitness knowledge and sharing her favorite family-friendly moves to get kids moving.
Parents around the world are gearing up for a summer like never before - which, for many, will be one without camps, pools, playgrounds or parks. While we love a good old-fashioned bike ride, long summer days require plenty of summer activity ideas to fight boredom and keep both kids and parents sane! From scavenger hunts to ice cream fun, we’ve put together some of our favorite summer activities to keep kids busy and happy (which we know is not always easy to do)!
Parenting is tough when it’s our only job. Now, we are substitute teachers, chefs, playmates and more.
It’s no secret that I have a deep love for ice cream. I enjoy creating new things in the kitchen and treating myself to delicious frozen treats regularly. However, there is one thing that I love almost as ice cream. It’s Fashion. I’ve loved to play dress-up ever since I was a little girl. Fashion […]