Mummy Confession: I love subscription boxes! Especially ones that my kids and I can enjoy together- better yet if it’s an educational experience! Disclosure: This box has been gifted in exchange for my honest opinion. As always, I will only recommend things I love, and my opinions are my own. Meet the World is a subscription box with some tasty benefits! It is a curated monthly box containing gourmet foods from a specific country around the world (different boxes each month from a different country). Perfect for something a little different as a gift to a friend, your children, or Read More
What can you do with leftover or unwanted baby food? Here are some solutions (and recipes)!
Mummy Confession: Innovative products, especially for kids, always get my attention. Even more so if they are great products! Disclosure: The products in this post have been provided in exchange for my honest review. All opinions and recommendations are my own. I do not recommend anything that I do not love myself. Please read my disclosure policy for more details, or why I disclose here. Honestly, I’ve been checking out b.box and their great range of innovative tableware and utensils for some time now. Firstly, because I love everything to do with babies and toddlers, and secondly, I love innovative Read More
Wow! Week Ten already? Here’s yet another delicious week ahead with 7 great recipes from all over! Don’t forget we have a Soup, Salad & Dessert of the Week as well (check the bottom of this post)! When you use these recipes, use #CookingwithMPM if you like sharing your creations to social media, and enjoy! This week a couple of the recipes are great served as prepared for the littlest of your family members! Check out those pages for even more great ideas! We are sharing recipes from The Starving Chef, Good Food Week, The Happy Weaner, My Gluten Free Read More
Mummy Confession: I was an overwhelmingly picky child when I was growing up. Now, I have a daughter who may be more picky than I ever was. Hi, my name is Amanda, and I’m a picky eater. That was probably my mom’s biggest struggle with me growing up-getting me to eat. She tried expanding my variety of foods, and getting me to try new things. I would have none of it. I remember from a very young age, I would even taste things, and after I had my mind set on disliking something, I would refuse to admit I liked it-even Read More