My “Yes!” Moments

Saying yes to a toddler

I am trying really hard at this parenting thing. Really hard.

Toddlers are their own breed of humans. I have heard them referred to as mini cave men before – and yep that’s about right! They have feelings (often very strong), emotions, needs, wants, all wrapped up into a brain that doesn’t quite understand how

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DIY Felt Board

DIY Felt Board

I go through spurts of DIY-ness (is that a word?). I was on a pretty good roll around the time of my DIY light table, and then well life happened and I pretty much bought what I needed. Ha!

Lately though I have been channeling my inner HGTV and trying out some home projects. The

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5 Ways Songs Help Us Survive

Using songs with toddlers

To say that P-buddy loves music in an understatement. He is OBSESSED with music.

Every week our little family heads to music class together. It is a special music class for children 0-5 that uses Music Together songs. We sing songs, play musical instruments, and explore all kinds of rhythms. It’s hard to explain to

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Behind the Scene’s of Cloth Diapering

Behind the scenes of cloth diapers

When considering whether to cloth diaper your child there is A LOT to consider. Believe me, we went back and forth before we decided to dive into the world of fluff (apparently that’s slang for cloth diapers? Just found that out!). We mainly chose to do it because we have such little trash from recycling

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Playing With Emotions

Emotion cards for toddlers

*Make sure you read ALL THE WAY to the end because there’s a freebie for you!!!

Back in the day (which means oh, like 7 years ago or so) when I was working on my masters degree in Early Childhood Ed. (fancy huh?), I wrote a research paper on empathy. While

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“This One or That One?” – Giving Choices

Giving a toddler choices

If you have been with Spoon Fed Baby for some time now, you will know that I’m all about making things easy. Whether it be tips for using cloth diapers, favorite breakfast foods, or lessons from a toddler at the salon, I love making lists, organizing things, and simplifying.

I feel comfy writing about those

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5 Diaper Bag Essentials for Older Babies

Diaper bag essentials

Welcome Sara from My Rural Mommy, who shares the 5 things you will find in her diaper bag!

5 Diaper Bag Essentials for Older Babies

As our babies get older it becomes more and more of a chore to tote around the good old diaper bag. They are growing and in turn

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The Terrible {Almost} Twos – Your Child CAN Survive on Cheerios

picky eaters

Allie from the Practically Green Mom shares some tidbits on feeding a picky toddler!

The Terrible {Almost} Twos – Your Child CAN Survive on Cheerios

Hi, I’m Allie, The Practically Green Mom. I’m a green(ish), mostly vegetarian, coffee addicted mommy of a 17 month old boy.

My son has

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User-Friendly, Family-Friendly Cookbook

family friendly cookbook

Just to start off…I’m not being paid a cent to write this post – I just love this book THAT much!!!!

As a stay at home mom I try my darnedest to make a good meal for my family at least 4-5 times out of the week. Back in the day when we didn’t have

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Playroom in Progress

toddler playroom

I’m starting to see it. It has developed slowly, but it seems like I just can’t stop it.

My former “teacher life” is slowly but surely creeping into my present “stay at home mom life”.

Now that baby boy (I think I should find a new name for him!) is almost 1.5 years old,

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