Level Completed: Baby Food

Toddler food

We’ve reached that point where Olivia wants nothing to do with baby food anymore. She wants to eat what we eat, only I’m realizing not everything we eat is very nutritious. As a family, our diets have seen much improvement since our 20s and don’t even ask about my childhood. Vegetables were rarely on my plate. Eating healthy doesn’t come natural to me; it’s something I’ve always struggled to achieve. So now that Olivia is graduating from baby food to finger food, I’m stressing out.

With the help of some great baby food sites and Pinterest, I’m pretty confident I can keep Olivia eating healthy. Hopefully Jim and I will be eating better too! Here’s a few meals I’ll be making this week:

1. Green Mac and Cheese from Weelicious

2. Chicken and Apple Balls by Annabel Karmel

3. Confetti Pasta from Nurture Baby

4. Spinach Gnocch-wee from Weelicious

PB Kids Death Star LED Print is every Dad’s Dream… I mean Kids…

Death Star LED PrintI mean… come on! This wasn’t even an option when I was a kid! Fair or not, this is something that every geeky parent NEEDS to give their child. Whether they like it or not. And if they don’t, I… I mean YOU, will gladly hang this up… somewhere.

Yes, at $299.99, it’s a little pricey, but worth the price for dreams filled with adventures of blowing it up by flying into it’s poorly defended core or getting the construction done on time as not to disappoint the Emperor (he’s visiting soon you know).

The only question I have is, why the second Death Star? AndSome things we’ll never know.

Star Wars™ Death Star LED Artwork | Pottery Barn Kids.