My Five Feel Good Things for the Week

We all need five feel good things for the week every week, but sometimes we need them just a little bit more. My 4-month-old granddaughter is back in CVICU after a second heart surgery. We’ve been through this before and we knew this was coming. Somehow that doesn’t make it any easier. While I was … Continue reading “My Five Feel Good Things for the Week”

Time for Another Pantry Challenge

My pantry is a mess; it’s time for another pantry challenge. My range broke recently and you can see it in my pantry. Apparently I’ve been cooking less, but buying as if I’m going through food at the regular rate. There are so many layers of lazily stacked pasta, tuna, honey, chicken stock, strained tomatoes, … Continue reading “Time for Another Pantry Challenge”

Feeding An Infant With Down Syndrome Can Require Tough Choices

Feeding an infant with Down Syndrome can require tough choices. I’m writing this post between trips to the hospital to see my new granddaughter, EM, and taking care of her 22-month-old brother, DJ. EM was born on April 24 and had her first heart surgery May 1. She’s currently living in CVICU trying to learn … Continue reading “Feeding An Infant With Down Syndrome Can Require Tough Choices”

Is It Safe to Graze on These Snacks?

If you must be gluten-free to be healthy, you always have to ask: Is it safe to graze on this? In order to answer that question, I always start with the label. I recently purchased a Graze Dark Chocolate Cherry Tart snack. I was in a hurry, so I saved the label reading for later. … Continue reading “Is It Safe to Graze on These Snacks?”