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.
How to Celebrate Adoptive Parents
I recently learned that a friend who had been patiently awaiting a child became a parent practically overnight. When I heard about this loving couple bringing home their first baby, it really got me thinking about how to celebrate adoptive parents. We have experience with ...read more
Spiked Apple Cider Pops
September in the South is, in my opinion, still summer. The eighties and nineties always prevail and make the traditional fall flavors that I crave so much slightly out of reach. As much as I want to relax and sip on some hot cider, at the moment, I still need something iced. ...read more
Japan Adventure Park Hyatt Hotel Niseko
Are you ready for an international ski adventure with your family? This new opened in January 2020, right before the big shutdown. The Park Hyatt hotel is located 2 hours northeast of the New Chitose airport in the northern island of Hokkaido. We arrived via flight from Tokyo to ...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.