Who doesn’t remember licking the peanut butter right off the spoon? Wasn’t it the best part of making a pb&j sandwich? Well, I’ve got something for you that you will want to eat, literally, right out of the jar! That’s this recipe for Maple Cinnamon Almond Butter!!! *~*This post may contain affiliate links. For more…Continue Reading “Maple Cinnamon Almond Butter”
In an effort to be honest with you, I would be remiss if I did not mention the best tool in my kitchen. It helps with bread, cake, cookies, nut butter’s, baby food, smoothies, milkshakes, and pretty much everything else that you need. That wonderful tool is my Bosch Mixer!!!
Woot! You’ve made it home! You have survived traveling with a baby! But wait! The trip is not done yet! Your kid is still going to be cranky. I know Mini Rookie was. The worst part about traveling with a baby, in my opinion, is the recovery. The poor kid has had numerous people hold him, not once been left alone to fend for himself, and hasn’t had a normal routine since we left. Now, he expects to be cuddled at his every cry and has decided that sleep is over-rated. This leads to one very cranking Mini Rookie and one tired Rookie Mama.
Now, picture this: You have a 2-hour flight ahead of you. Your kid(s) are already grumpy because they have been up since 2:45AM. You had to drive an hour to get to the airport, so you left at 4. Then you have to wait till close to 7 to board your plane… And even better, on your trip home, your flight is delayed and you end up getting home 1 hour later than you were supposed to, meaning you aren’t home until 3AM!! That was me when we went on our trip.
Now, I’m sure other mama’s have posted about traveling with a baby… I’m sure of it….but I just can’t seem to find anyone who has written about all the prep work, how the kid actually does during flying, and what they do to get their kid adjusted. Soooo I’m going to do my very first series called…. *drum roll* Traveling With A Baby! In particular, I’m going to be focusing on flying with a kido, as oppose to driving with one.