Stocking your shelves and arranging your fridge can be important steps toward making sure your kids are developing healthy eating habits.
Icy smoothies are a great way to get your kids to eat the fruit and veggies they need–just watch out for the dreaded BRAIN FREEZE!
Playtime with your baby is an important part of the learning and development process. Here are some game ideas to get new moms inspired.
Growing your own garden can be lots of fun, but with the satisfaction can come frustration in the form of too much–or too little–rain, fungus and unwanted pests. Find out some natural ways to ban pests.
Join organic gardener Scott Meyer for a step-by-step walk-through of the organic gardening basics.
Our healthy pregnancy checklist can help you eat right and stay active and well-rested (and sane!) while you’re expecting.
Holidays–especially Easter–can be tricky when you’re raising your child to be environmentally conscious. Let’s get creative, support fair trade production and consume less this Easter!
Carrots are the main ingredient in this recipe, and since these sticks are baked, they’re a nutritious alternative to fried snacks.
Homemade dark chocolate hearts are a great way to say “I love you” without having to waste paper on the box.
Our third video in the Clean Energy series continues the discussion on energy savings and introduces current renewable energy options for homeowners.
Our video helps demystify home energy savings and shows some ways homeowners can significantly reduce energy consumption and costs.
All of us at Living Green with Baby wish you a happy and healthy new year filled with many positive baby steps!
Music affects the growth of a child’s mind intellectually, emotionally and physically; music education in early childhood has been shown to lead to success in adult life.
Our Clean Energy series features professional advice on energy efficiency and alternative sources that anyone can implement right now to save both energy and money.
This easy recipe for a chilled fruit salad with coconut chips and coconut water is a sweet, crunchy, colorful way to get your kids excited about eating a variety of fruit.