Category: Parenting

4 Tips to stop sibling rivalry

By: Dr. Stacy Meyer “Stop Fighting”. This has been the soundtrack refrain in my house recently. Maybe it’s the summer of being together more or just that BusyBee is getting older and into Sprout’s toys, but it seems that there … Continue reading

Fairy garden fun

This week’s blog is not about food but alternative fun with your children in your garden.  Our gardens are comprised mostly of flowers, herbs and some fruit and vegetable plants (fewer of the latter plants because we take part in … Continue reading

Top 10 parental regrets

Some people live their lives looking at the rear view mirror, regretting the past rather than enjoying the present or anticipating the future. Here are the most frequently mentioned regrets I’ve heard from parents in my office.  Spent too little … Continue reading

Why boys can do more in the kitchen

My new friend and co-worker, Keng-I, was born in Taiwan and lived there until she was 22.  In getting to know her, I was fascinated by her culture and different foods she enjoys. One day while sharing, she asked me, … Continue reading

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