I've found that having a weekly menu set, saves me a ton of time, which can be used in doing other stuff and hence this is my Sunday evening ritual, just after we finish our grocery shipping. I start out by making combinations for the adult lunches and then work around breakfast and dinner based on that. Adult meal planning is quite easy if you ask me. Add a vegetable curry, gravy, rice(on most days) + protein and that's it. Breakfast is a different cereal - If it's rice for lunch then its millets/ wheat for the other two. Salads for adults end up in 'the kid's snack box, and so everything kitchen related is planned in advance.
One mini human is ready to take on the Chennai summer, flashing his airy, breathable Bumpadum fitted dipe OTB. Many thanks, Bumpadum for sending us this for review. For those of you who don't know my MCD spending patterns, I must mention that, this is THE brand that has a big share of my wallet section for… Continue reading Bumpadum Fitted Cloth Diaper Review & Giveaway
Doctors! Well, not the regular kind.. you know, the ones who check on your health. We are talking baby brands and these are the 3 doctors who have my vote: Dr. Browns : Cannot imagine life without it. The most used product in the little one's life so far... It helped my colicky baby get his… Continue reading D is for …
A is for Anmol, my very first baby wearing companion: I got these around the time they released their basic Soft Structured Carrier (SSC) - the most affordable one in the babywearing market, then. All I wanted was the baby carrier functionality for short walks around the apartment and so without any further research, I'd… Continue reading A is for…
I have been thinking of doing an A-Z of all the baby brands I love and I didn't realize there was an April challenge already for this. Thanks MommyingBabyT for posting about it. If you are wondering, if I'd have enough to write from about the 26 letters, trust me it isn't hard at all, given… Continue reading A to Z Blogging Challenge: Baby Brands & Stuff Every FTM Can Benefit From
I don't know if the name was inspired from Seth Godin's 'Purple Cow' but you had me there. 🙂 Purple Bee makes activity kits for children of parents, who don't really have a lot of time or energy to put together structured learning opportunities for their kids. I'm a huge believer in the effects of unstructured… Continue reading Purple Bee: The purple cow of activity boxes?
On how to use Microsoft PowerPoint to design amazing chalkboard posters for your baby's birthday.