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That’s right, I’m using the Canadian spelling.
I came across a series called 101 Uses For A Donut Pan at the blog Corner Blog. It seemed like a stretch, but the author has actually come up with more than 30 uses for doughnut pans so far, and they’re all pretty different and very creative. It’s a great example of how a kitchen gadget that seems to have a very limited purpose can actually be used to make a ton of things, and not all of them edible. Continue reading
If we’re being entirely honest, I hope this kid of mine ends up with a socialist streak, Canadian style. I guess, according to this advice from times of old, I’ll have to make sure to keep those night feedings going. I wonder if Walter W. Sackett Jr. had any advice for parents on how to drown out the screams of their hungry children. Continue reading
So yes, now I have a Mommy Blog, though I hope you won’t call it that. (I’m not going to.) I am pretty sure it’s now a requirement that all women start blogging within six months of having a baby; it may be that they now sign you up for a WordPress account when you get admitted to L&D. Continue reading
I’ve been lazy about posting! But I did do another post for Ethical Deal, this one about choosing bottles for babies. The best bottled-related advice I’ve gotten so far, I think, is to get a few in different types before committing to one brand or style because babies have different preferences. Good to know!
Whether you breastfeed, use formula, or mix the two, you’re likely to need baby bottles at some point in your parenting adventures. Choosing the right type is difficult enough with all the options out there — how do you know the bottles you’re selecting are also safe for your baby and friendly to the environment? This baby bottle review will help!
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