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.
Cookbook for Moms Who Ski and Ride
Winter is here and it's time for outdoor adventures. Skiing, hiking and sledding can make a family hungry. This winter, there's an awesome solution for moms a new cookbook for moms who ski and ride. The Ski Moms Cookbook is a digital cookbook with 36 recipes that are easy to ...read more
How to Make an Easy Paper Plate Snowman
If you live on the East Coast, it's likely you've seen some snow already, same for our friends out in the Rockies. There's something magical about a snow day and the playing outside in a winter wonderland. This craft is inspired by the simply joy of making a snowman. Whether you ...read more
Skip the Crowds and Take Your Family Skiing in Waterville Valley
After a sizable snow storm over Martin Luther King weekend, there were plenty of lift lines and skiers heading to Vermont. Amazingly, most of them drove right past an awesome resort. I'm encouraging families to skip the crowds on the next winter holiday and take a family ski trip ...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.