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Have a baker make your Little Ones’ birthday cake this year

That time of the year is here again, your child’s birthday. And, besides pondering on how the last 12 months flew by, you have another celebration to plan. A monumental moment for your Little One is having “Happy Birthday” sung and blowing out the candles on a cake, so as long as you can get that part right, everything else should be smooth sailing. To keep it easy, why not have the birthday cake made and delivered, keeping in mind these helpful pointers.

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Plum Print for all your child’s art work

Sometimes ideas come along that are pure genius, and Plum Print is one of them. Plum Print is an extremely easy service to use, which combines all of your child’s art pieces in a beautiful coffee table book to keep for years to come. If you are drowning in your child’s artwork, and you are running out of room on the walls, then Plum Print is going to be like the most amazing thing ever to you!

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8 baby shower gifts (under $60) for the eco-friendly mum-to-be

Deciding on a baby shower gift can be challenging, especially if you do not have a lot of  money to spend. It is nice to remember that thoughtful gifts, will surely be more appreciated than spending additional money on something a Mother may not use.

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Rice Noodles with Shallots and Garlic

If you are entertaining the idea of changing to a plant-based diet, but not quite ready to go 100% vegan yet, the book Everyday Vegetarian: 365 Days of Healthy Recipes is a wonderful resource to start out with. And, even if you are already following a vegan diet, this book has simple and nutritious diary-free recipes to inspire you to create a new dish, or a new take on an old dish.

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The Vegan Banana Bread Special

I came up with this recipe wanting a vegan banana bread to sell at my Son’s school bake sale this week. Additionally, I had my fingers crossed that if Master 4 liked it, I could add it as a new healthy staple on our family menu. Well, I was actually really surprised at how wonderful it turned out! My prototype is delicious, includes nutritious ingredients, is gluten-free, has no added sugar and is quick and easy to make.
When my little boy first tried it he said “Mum, I don’t like it…… (My heart sank) ….. Mum, I LOVE it! (My heart lifted)”. Mum Score; this one is definitely a keeper.

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Stylish NYC Mom

Warmer days are finally here in northern hemisphere, and my little boy and I could not be happier. It’s been a long winter here in New York, which seemed never-ending. However, excitingly, today really marked that moment & that realization, where jackets, thermals, scarves, balaclavas etc are being packed in boxes and put away for the next 5 months or so. Woo Hoo, my heels, hats, and one-piece rompers are back in business. It is going to be a beautiful summer.

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Stokke Stroll into Spring with Momtrends

The annual Stokke blogger event which NYC-based, Momtrends host, is something that I have attended for the last 3 years. I am not so much a stroller reviewer, and surely I have never actually used a Stokke on a day-to-day basis. However, I do find the Scandinavian design to be innovative, unique and very appealing to a modern-day Mum living in New York City.

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Stuffed Cabbage

Deceptively simple to prepare and always admired, stuffed cabbage can be filled with spiced rice and kept in the over on a low heat as needed. They’re best served with a colorful tomato or cranberry relish.

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5 edible plants that You can easily grow at home

Do you want to maintain a healthy and balanced diet without limiting the amount of pesticide residue on your foods? Don’t we all! Well, the best option is to grow your own food at home naturally, all you need is a nice little patch of soil or a sunny place for potted plants. Additionally, this will help trim down on your food expenses while encouraging less food waste, as you can just pick what you need and let the rest grow and look pretty.

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Babyproof Your Nursery in 10 Simple Steps

Your baby is growing and getting bigger. This is an exciting time for both you and your child, as you get to watch the baby learn and explore the world. This is also the time to take some steps to keep your child safe in the nursery. As your child continues to grow, so does the importance of safety. Your child will want to touch and taste everything, without any awareness of potential danger. Put yourself in the perspective of your child and consider what areas or items in the nursery may be risky. The important thing is your child’s safety, rather than how the room looks. These ten simple steps will help you transform your baby’s room into a safe haven for fun, play and exploration.

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