Does a peaceful mealtime with your tot seem like an impossible dream? These Montessori-inspired tips can help you get there!
Feeding & Nutrition
From healthy lunchbox ideas to strategies for coping with picky eaters, here’s everything you need to know about toddler feeding and nutrition.
BPA in your baby’s socks? Lead in plastic toys? Formaldehyde in furniture? Phthalates in your air freshener? Find out which toxic materials your family should be avoiding and why.
Good immune health is always important, but amidst the growing concern and seemingly exponential spread of COVID-19, we need to make immune health a top priority. Pediatric Nutritionist, Cathey Stoner, shares her top immune boosting foods for the family.
Shopping for a new baby? You can’t go wrong with 2019’s 10 Best Selling feeding + nursing products. From a sterlizier that uses UV rays to a high chair that will take you from birth to college, they’re all non-toxic, stylish and tried and trusted by Tot Mamas.
The battle of the lunchbox is one parents have been fighting for years. From slimy insides to yucky smells to potentially toxic chemicals leaking into food, combating the dark side of food storage has prompted brands like PlanetBox to think outside the box. (Pun very intended!) Made of pro-grade stainless steel, PlanetBox’s eco-friendly bento style lunchboxes have eco mamas saying, ‘Yes, please!’
Finding healthy foods that your kids are willing to eat can be tricky. (By tricky we mean borderline impossible!) However, it’s incredibly important to keep kids well fed so that they can have the right kind of energy to grow, play, learn and sleep properly. Thanks to Pinterest – we found some amazing options! Here are our six tried and tested lunch ideas that our own kids love!
Two major medical bodies recently warned American parents that they need to reduce the amount of added sugar in their children’s diets, especially from sugary drinks. Here’s everything you need to know…
Weaning is about breastfeeding less, but it’s also about navigating all the emotions that come with it. Our breastfeeding educator Sarah Siebold breaks it all down and reminds us that booby blues are a real thing.
What’s the breastfeeding mom of a toddler supposed to do? Our lactation educator Sarah Siebold gives her two cents about why seasoned breastfeeders need support too.
What’s a parent to do when they find out that the healthy food they’re feeding their kids is in fact exposing them to some serious harmful chemicals? Green Living expert, Aida Garcia-Toledo discusses.