If you want to pack easy, healthy and fun lunchboxes this year for your little ones, forget staring aimlessly into your pantry and racking your brain trying to think of ideas to fill those new yumboxes.
Have you ever stopped to consider how confident you are as a parent? Mom confidence, or as I like to call it, Momfidence, is an underrated topic in our world of parenting hacks for everything from potty training in 12 hours to getting more than four hours of sleep a night.
We all complain about the same #momproblems, right? Diapers, getting kids to eat more than grilled cheese, getting anywhere in a car with crying toddlers. Not to mention that thing we used to do for 9 glorious uninterrupted hours a night. It’s a shared bond.
Last night at dinner my almost-3-year-old ignored the rice, chicken and mango on her plate. But guess what? She ate all of her vegetables. This is a total about-face for the girl who would not eat a single vegetable that wasn’t hidden in a pineapple-filled smoothie. This change has been happening slowly over the past year, and the major turning point was planting a few veggies in our backyard last summer.