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Silly Apple Bites - Fork and Beans
Make snacking fun by turning regular apples into silly apple bites. Food with an attitude!Your kids will be begging for seconds.
Let's swim sail ından from egg 🍳 container ALL YOUR ACTIVITY REQUESTS - larissa
Yumurta 🍳 kabından yelkenli ⛵ yüzdürelim BÜTÜN ETKİNLİK İSTEKLERİNİZ With ready-made “activity pool” examples applied in pre-school education, you can reach new and modern activities in the fastest way from your mobile phone.
50+ Adorable Kids Snack Ideas
Do you have crazy picky eaters at home? I swear, if I let them, my kids would eat nothing but licorice and milk. We're making some progress with the whole 'If you're hungry enough for candy, you're hungry enough to eat your dinner' strategy, but it's always a struggle. It doesn't matter if I make super simple kid food, or regular old grown up food, one of the kids always complains and refuses to eat it. Isn't that always how it goes?! Way back when I started this blog, I wrote a post with a…
Birthday Party Hacks
These birthday party hacks are so clever! You guys know I love a good life hack! I also really love to entertain and throw birthday parties for family and friends. I have seen so many
SAMANTHA LEE'S FOOD ART
Samantha Lee, a Malaysian, was pregnant with her second child. It was December 2008. Her first born was 19 months old. Samantha's biggest dilemma was how to get her older child to eat independently after her baby sister arrives. Since mommy would be busy with the newborn. How do you make a child eat vegetables, rice, fish and other healthy foods that they usually hate — independently, voluntarily and happily? That's asking for the moon on a platter. Well, Samantha didn't ask for a…
Father who created cartoon-themed 'funky lunches' to get his children to eat fruit and veg creates his own party recipe book
Mark Northeast, from West Sussex, was delighted when his son, Oscar, seven, started eating tomatoes disguised in a SpongeBob SquarePants sandwich.