It’s that time of year that we make New Years resolutions – and most lists include staying healthy or getting into shape. In addition to eating healthy, and starting my 30’s healthier then I started my 20’s, I also included being a more patient, loving, and also fun mom as one of my resolutions.
It started out as a regular lunch play date with my friend and our kids… who knew it was going to be one of the last turkey sandwiches I was going to eat for a while, if ever again?
This summer, I am looking for a sports camp for my five year-old to attend for one week. Between moving, vacations, and days at the pool, we have lots to do this summer, but I think a summer camp would be so much fun for him!
I started this football season making veggie burgers for a tailgate party because I was going meatless for 30 days. I am still trying to not eat meat, so I thought I would stick with it for this Super Bowl Sunday.My friend Tiffany Russo (who also is a nutritionist who specializes in plant-based foods) helped me come up with some vegetarian and vegan recipes that still have the taste of traditional Super Bowl foods …
The New Year is a time to reflect of personal goals or projects that we want to work on over the year. But what about resolutions for our kids? Even at the young age of four, I decided that this year would be a good time to sit down with my son and explain the concept of New Years resolutions.
If you liveon the East Coast, chances are good that you’re without power due to Hurricane Sandy. Kids have been home from school the last few days, and might be out of school in some areas for the week. Everyone is getting a little stir crazy!
Over the weekend, I took my five year-old son Nicholas to his second MLB game. The Philadelphia Phillies were in town, and being a fan of Philly sports, I couldnt wait to get him in on the action. We were very excited heading into Baltimore to meet my brother for the game.
I dont know about you, but I am so happy that spring is finally here! This winter hasnt been too bad, we didnt have much snow or really cold days, but there is something about the spring air that gets everyone outside, and I love it!
I love Easter – maybe because I was born on Easter Sunday. I also have great childhood memories of fun Easter egg hunts at my grandparents house with my brothers and cousins.
I speak a lot in my blogs about how important I think sports are in keeping your children healthy, and a great way for your child to interact with kids their age. However, sometimes the sport you choose for your child is not the sport they want to play.