Nothing says the holiday season like shortbread cookies! This family recipe is our mark of the season.
I heard it said before but never understood it until now. Going from one baby to two is the biggest adjustment you will make, more than adding even number three or four (or 18 if you are a Duggar). Although I am no expert, I have learned a few things in the month of having more than one, and a couple of tips on keeping the kids, and you, alive.
If the holidays were not busy enough already, adding a new baby to the mix can be both exciting and exhausting. There are a few tips to keep in mind as Christmas approaches to try and keep things fun and enjoyable for everyone, rather than stressful and disastrous. From new traditions, to visiting Santa and making some crafts, baby’s first Christmas only happens once, so make it as special as possible. (Written by Cynthia Breen, momstown KW editor.)
These healthy banana chocolate chip muffins are a great way to hide some fibre in your family’s diet. It is a great and easy recipe to keep in mind when looking for something to do with all the bananas in the freezer, when another loaf of banana bread just won’t do.
Christmas is returning to Waterloo Region and with it, Santa makes a great entrance in our local cities and towns. Check back on this list to see where you can see him make his trip in and prepare your little ones for the start of the holiday season.
Breast Cancer Awareness month can be more than something for mom. It can be something that is shared with the whole family, and a chance to show little ones how to make a difference in the world. It could be a walk, a run, doing some fundraising in the community, or just wearing pink, but October is a great time to show your support.
This easy apple crisp recipe is a great way to use some of the local apples you have picked over the last month, and do some baking with your little ones. Simple ingredients and ready in under an hour, there is nothing better than a warm apple crisp on a cold fall day.
Cold and flu season is here and the last thing you need to worry about when it hits your house is where to take your little ones. This provides a handy resource on local walk-in clinics in the Kitchener, Waterloo and Cambridge area to keep around for when things get a bit more serious and you think they need some medical attention.
This is an easy and basic recipe for a delicious homemade butternut squash soup with maple syrup. There are a lot of local spots in Kitchener-Waterloo to get these ingredients, and fall is the perfect time for this recipe. If you get a big enough butternut squash you can make plenty to freeze and keep ready for a quick family meal, or for when a new baby arrives.