All my kids' sippy-cups are BPA free, so why am I still transporting their food in questionable plastic bags? Well, because they'??re so easy, lightweight and practical. But, I don't like it. Luckily, it turns out, I can still carry my daughter'??s half-eaten cheese sticks to the playground in a little bag, but this one'??s made of 100% organic cotton. No guilt about clogging up the landfills, either.
Eco-Ditty is available in sandwich and snack sizes and can be washed hundreds of times. To make Eco-Ditty even more fun, they just came out with Color-Your-Own Snack-Ditty. The bag comes with three non-toxic, permanent, fabric markers to decorate your bag. Fun, fun, fun. I see taking them to restaurants, picnics and play dates. And no yucky plastic.
Fun Ways to Discover Venice Italy with Your Family
Greetings from Italy wear the gelato is rich, the clothes divine and the scenery is inspiring. Now that I've been to this fine city in the north of Italy, twice, I've amassed a list of favorites to share. These are some fun ways to discover Venice, Italy with your family. ...read more
Best of Northern Italy Villa Cipriani Luxury Resort Review
Italy is a country that just keeps surprising and delighting me. After visiting the larger cities and making a few trips south to Sicily, Mr. Momtrends and I ventured to the northern part of the country on our last trip. Our home base was the delightful Villa Cipriani. This ...read more
Here's What No One Tells You About Olive Oil
produce is at its absolute PEAK right now. It's the time to prepare fresh veggies and fruit with ease and simplicity. When it comes to cooking, the farmer's market is my muse. As I prepare some of my summer harvest favorites, I'm sharing a little secret, what you put ON the ...read more
By the way, '??ditty bag'? is a small bag sailors used to carry their equipment. That'??s pretty appropriate when I think about that half-eaten cheese stick in my ditty bag. I might need it to get my daughter back in her car seat after the play-ground.