I posted a recipe for creamy, junk-free eggnog and mentioned in passing that I added my new favorite gelatin to the mix. You were like “eh, nice nog, NOW TELL ME WHY YOU SWITCHED GELATIN BRANDS.” Continue ReadingRead More »
. . . but once jokingly added that she hasn’t “tried to bathe in ketchup or soy sauce or anything.” (source 1, source 2) What on earth is she talking about? Why, mustard baths, of course! Continue ReadingRead More »
Instead of “We need to throw this stack of 50 drawings away” you can say “Who’s ready to send a present to the Recycling Fairy!?!?” Continue ReadingRead More »
Can we all agree about that? I’m not talking about the daily stuff, like having to fish pajamas out of the toilet thanks to your toddler. I’m talking about the REALLY hard aspects of being a parent, like dealing with the pressure to vaccinate (or not) from family, friends, and the lady you passed in the parking lot.
This post is not about whether or not you should vaccinate, it’s about why that decision should be yours. Whether you’ll be the first to line up to get the next 200+ vaccines in the pipeline or none at all is not the issue. As parents, we must defend each other’s right to make that choice on a case-by-case basis. Here’s why: Continue ReadingRead More »
Note from Mommypotamus: Today’s guest post comes from Renee Kohley of Raising Generation Nourished, one of my favorite new blog discoveries. Renee specializes in wholesome, nutrient-dense recipes that are deeply flavorful and kid-approved. I know we could all use a few more of those, so I’ve invited her to be a guest contributor this winter. Welcome, Renee, and thank you for sharing with us!
(Oh, and don’t forget to save your chicken bones for broth. Here’s my favorite recipe.)Read More »
While checking out at the grocery store? Yeah, me neither. But you know what I have done in grocery stores? Googled mysterious ingredients on my phone.
I’ve already shared with you my man-stink killer deodorant recipe along with my sensitive skin formula and my fave pre-made option, but have I really explained why it’s so important? NO? Oops. Continue ReadingRead More »
And by “don’t love,” I mean loathe to the point that your spouse spends time contemplating your disgust? Continue ReadingRead More »
In my house, bathtime is a success when babypotamus gets wetter than I do, I get to count wiping up after the splashfest as mopping, and there’s a ring around the tub because the kids had good clean fun. And by clean, I mean they went outside and got dirty. Continue ReadingRead More »