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Making a "get along jar" full of creative consequences designed to help stop sibling fighting and curb tattling.
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Millions of Miles: Creative Discipline- Our Get Along Jar (This was a great read. She even told you what exactly was on her popsicle sticks. We may have to give it a try.)
Love this creative discipline idea! My kids aren't old enough for it yet but it's good to know for the future! Millions of Miles: Creative Discipline- Our Get Along Jar
Making a "get along jar" full of creative consequences designed to help stop sibling fighting and curb tattling. This is such a good idea!! My boys need this.
This looks like a good idea for when the kids get bigger! "Our Get Along Jar" THIS IS SAVING OUR LIVES. It is so simple and easy. Every one of my friends that comes over lately wants to make one of these and so today, I'm giving you the "how to" of my very best mommy secret.
Millions of Miles: Creative Discipline- Our Get Along Jar
Weaving a rug on a hula hoop sounds like an ideal weekend project to us. #DIY
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T shirt upcycle!....fun kid craft project
DIY Rug with just Tshirts and a Hulahoop! Great kids craft too!
DIY ~ Hula Hoop Rug ~ Materials: Scissors, about a dozen T-shirts & a 33-inch hula hoop. Hoop it Up!!! I was thinking more like big yarn or fabric strips and even letting the kids do it themselves! #crafts #kidscrafts #rug #diy #hulahoop
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A simple technique for making a rag rug. (via Hula Hoop Rug | Easy Crafts for Kids — Quick Arts and Craft Ideas — Kids’ Crafts | FamilyFun) #EasyPin
How-To: Weave a Hula Hoop Rug
LEGO Math Ideas
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Lego Math: Fractions The Tutor House
The Tutor House: LEGO Math Ideas Part 3 Lego fractions
The Tutor House: LEGO Math Ideas Part 3
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33 Super Cool Popsicles to make including... Ginger Peach Popsicles, Orange Creamsicles, “Firecracker” Berry Yogurt Pops, Dulce De Leche Lemon Popsicles, Blood Orange and Coconut Creamsicles, Sour Cherry and Vanilla Yogurt Pops, Summer Berry and Mint Ice Pops, Chocolate Fudge Popsicles, Strawberry Cheesecake Popsicles, Carrot Cake and Almond Butter Popsicles just to name a few.
33 Super Cool Popsicles To Make This Summer #summer #popsicles
33 Super Cool Popsicles --loving homemade popsicles right now
33 Super-Cool Popsicles To Make This Summer #Recipe
33 Super-Cool Popsicles To Make This Summer
How to ground your kids. Need this in near future!
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Brilliant mother has her children work their way out of being grounded. This is a good idea
Actually a good idea o have small babies though maybe earn 100 points
Great idea for grounding children
I must remember this!!! Brilliant mother has her children work their way out of being grounded.
Brilliant mother has her children work their way out of being grounded. Parenting done right
Brilliant mother has her children work their way out of being grounded. Holy goodness this is a big YES for the future.
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nonchalant mom: camping - buzzfeed has you covered - 41 GREAT camping ideas
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41 Camping Hacks That Are Borderline Genius More camping tips
Lots of DIY camping ideas! 41 Camping Hacks That Are Borderline Genius!
Fill the water gun with watercolors then shoot. YESSS
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Fill water guns with watercolors and have a fight while wearing white clothes :) @Jessa Hegman let's do this sometime, instead of water colors we could use tie dye stuff.
Fill water guns with watercolors and have a fight while wearing white clothes. This needs to happen. It's on my bucket list!
Fill water guns with watercolors and have a fight while wearing white clothes. This needs to happen....Or do this with dye and a white shirt!
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Wondering whether you give your children allowance or not? This post has some GREAT thoughts on why you SHOULD pay your children... and how to set up a paid and non-paid chore system.
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Why We Pay Our Children for Doing Chores | Money Saving Mom
Love this! Especially the paid vs non paid chores
Wondering whether you give your children allowance or not? This post has some GREAT thoughts on why you SHOULD pay your children... and how to set up a paid and non-paid chore system. #savings #creditunion #children #chores
Why We Pay Our Children for Doing Chores
Q-tip Painting to practice writing letters
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I will do this with sight words. Rockabye Butterfly: Q-tip Printing Practice and Bottlecap Number Words
Q-Tip Letter Painting (Preschool, Kindergarten Activity)--great for teaching pencil grip, fine motor skill practice. Makes writing letters more than just practice--make it an art project!
Q tip painting to practice writing letters. Could differentiate to name writing, shapes, or pre-writing strokes
Q-tip Printing Practice- fine motor skills
Q tip printing practice
52 Activities for You and Your Toddler
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toddler activity book
52 Activities for You and Your Toddler..haven't read 'em yet, but sounds interesting.
52 Activities for You and Your Toddler book
52 Activities for You and Your Toddler #toddlers #activities #preschool
38 Books To Read Aloud With Kids
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One of my favorite childhood books to read
If I had to choose one of my favorite childhood authors I would say Beverly Cleary would be at the top of my list. In elementary school in fourth grade we had to write a book report at least twice a week. I often covered different books of Ramona Quimby and her adventures. The author did an amazing job of putting the reader in the shoes of Ramona Quimby. I remember this was the very first Beverly Cleary book I read.
Ramona Quimby I've wanted this as a tat forever but it must be a perfect and total rendition as to do my favorite little kid book justice.
Ramona Quimby, Age 8 - Beverly Cleary-- my favorite book growing up
Ramona Quimby Childrens Book by Beverly Cleary
Check out this great list of age appropriate toddler chores from Growing A Jeweled Rose! Once you have decided what chores to tackle it's time to create a beautiful chart to help you manage them!
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Toddler Chores: A List of Age Appropriate Chores for Kids (Growing A Jeweled Rose)
Toddler Chore ideas
Age appropriate chore list for kids.
A handy list for parents highlighting age appropriate chores for kids. #chores
great for a grandfather for fathers day or for a birthday!
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great for a grandfather for fathers day @Samantha Wagner
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teething biscuits, way to use up infant cereal = 1 cup flour 1 cup dry infant rice cereal 1 ripe medium mashed banana (1/3 cup-I have also substituted pureed carrots and sweet potato) 2 tsp cinnamon 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 3 tablespoons water 425ºF / 220ºC Bake on a greased cookie sheet for 10-12 minutes
Teething biscuits...way to use up infant cereal. Sweetened with bananas - no sugar.
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Teething biscuits made with a banana and infant cereal. No sugar. pinner said I made a batch this morning and baby loves them! Monday, February 13, 2012 Homemade Baby Teething Biscuits Ok, I had to share these with you guys...any of you that have children, they don't even have to be of the teething age...you have to make these! Why, you ask? Well, because I said so, obviously! Ha! No, really, they aren't the best tasting cookie, rather bland I think. But both my kids love them!! Gray calls them cookies and I totally don't mind him asking for these because they have either fruit or veggies in and NO SUGAR!! And since tomorrow is Valentine's Day, I got a little festive and we cut them into hearts! Homemade Teething Biscuits 1 cup flour 1 cup dry infant rice cereal 1 ripe medium mashed banana (1/3 cup-I have also substituted pureed carrots and sweet potato) 2 tsp cinnamon 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 3 tablespoons water Makes about a dozen, depending on how big of shapes you use. Preheat oven to 425ºF / 220ºC. In a bowl, mix together flour, cereal and cinnamon. Probably another reason why Gray loves them is because he helped make them. Add in oil, banana and water. Mix until dough comes together to form a firm, non-sticky dough. Add water or flour (1 tablespoon at a time) if necessary. On a lightly floured surface, roll the dough out about 1/2 inch thick and cut into shapes or bars. Bake on a greased cookie sheet for 10-12 minutes, or until slightly brown. Allow to cool completely and store in an airtight container. Enjoy! Created by Lish @ Imprintalish Labels: recipes 83 comments: Melanie said... OMGoodnes. What an adorable little helpee ya got there mama! This is the best idea. OoooLaLa... that giveaway sounds lovely! February 13, 2012 at 12:57 PM The Crunchy Mamacita said... Thank you for this! I have an infant who will be needing these in the future. I would love for you to come by and link up to my Recipe Party at The Sweet Spot! February 13, 2012 at 9:37 PM Tiffany said... What an awesome idea. Thanks for sharing! I'll have a teething infant at some point this year and would much rather make these than buy the ones from the store! February 16, 2012 at 12:03 AM The Remodeled Life said... I'm going to have to try these! My little one is cutting his molars right now! February 17, 2012 at 4:28 PM Edward McNamara said... My wife also made teething biscuits for our son back then. He loved it and even asked for more after the teething stage was over. I'll definitely share your recipe to my wife. March 2, 2012 at 1:36 PM Natalie said... Saw these babys on Pinterest! My 10 month is teething sooo bad right now. This sounds perfect for her!! Thanks!! PS I followed :) April 1, 2012 at 3:21 PM Sewing-Chick said... I just made these, and they're in the oven right now! I used baby oatmeal and mashed sweet potatoes... I can't wait to see how they turned out! June 13, 2012 at 12:50 PM Kristen said... I was wondering how old your babies were when you started to give them these. great idea! June 14, 2012 at 9:43 AM Lish said... @ Kristen-My youngest was 6 months old when he first had these, took him awhile to naw away at it and both my boys still eat them (3 years and 1 year)! June 14, 2012 at 2:12 PM Multiplesmom said... How'd the oatmeal turn out? I've been curious if it'd work the same with oatmeal as it does with rice. July 4, 2012 at 11:08 PM Lish said... I've made them with the oatmeal cereal and it was pretty much the same, just a tony bit chunkier, but not enough that you would notice :) July 5, 2012 at 12:56 PM Kim said... Could applesauce be used in place of the bananas?? July 13, 2012 at 12:40 AM Lish said... @ Kim-Absolutely!!!! I've substituted apple sauce and it turns out a bit more moist, but still good ! July 13, 2012 at 9:02 PM Amanda said... I was thinking about using butternut squash. Any ideas on how that would turn out? July 17, 2012 at 10:28 AM Lish said... @ Amanda...I have no idea how that would turn out, worth a shot though :) July 21, 2012 at 9:59 PM brandi williams said... i just made these and i was curious are they supposed to be crunchy or more chewy? mine turned out sort of "gummy". not sure if i added too much water (i added 1 TBSP extra, to get it mixed up). July 23, 2012 at 11:21 AM Amra said... Mine is too. My 8 month old is teething and I thought these would be a great idea. I made them twice but they turned out more chewy than biscuit like. Any tips on how to remedy that would be much appreciated :) July 23, 2012 at 6:02 PM Lish said... Hi Brandi & Amra! Yep, they should be more chewy then a flaky or crunchy biscuit. That's why it's considered a teething biscuit, so kids can knaw on them for hours! Haha! Maybe add a bit more flour if it is to moist? I remember the dough being hard to work, but it actually makes it easier to roll and cut into shapes that way too...hope this helps guys!! :D July 23, 2012 at 9:02 PM Breckens Mom said... I just made 2 batches! In one I used whole wheat cereal and sweet potatoes & the second had mixed grain cereal with carrots, my 8 month old LOVES both! August 1, 2012 at 1:42 PM AHawk said... I made these today for my 9 month old twin boys...and they LOVED them! Thank you for providing the recipe :) August 4, 2012 at 3:00 PM Andrea C. said... My daughter is teething but doesnt have any actual teeth yet? Would these be safe for her or does she need teeth first? Also can baby food bananas work in place of an actual banana? August 5, 2012 at 7:54 AM Lish said... I think they would still be ok, as long has she is eating cereal and stuff, she could probably gum them until they dissolve :) August 6, 2012 at 9:01 AM Lish said... YAY! So glad they enjoyed them! August 6, 2012 at 9:01 AM Lish said... Oh and baby food banana would probably work, just be a bit moister, maybe? August 6, 2012 at 9:02 AM Lish said... Fabulous, that is so good to hear!!!! Thanks for trying them! August 6, 2012 at 9:03 AM yungteach951 said... Thanks, I was wondering if I made a double batch and just freeze the dough...do you think that would work, that way when I need more I can just let the dough defrost and roll it out to bake... August 7, 2012 at 3:06 PM Lish said... @yungteach951- I have no idea how well the dough would freeze...you need to try it and let me know though :D Good luck! August 8, 2012 at 3:34 PM Molly Bindel said... I'm sure someone already asked this, but do they work pretty much the same with Oatmeal cereal? August 8, 2012 at 7:37 PM Samul Family said... I made these for my kids this morning, and used applesauce. My five year old told me they "tasted pretty bad." and my 20 month old spit hers out and handed it to me. haha. I suppose thinking I could replace the cinnamon with a pinch of nutmeg may have done it. I think it's a great recipe though, and I'm not giving up!!!!! I'm 5 months pregnant, so this recipe will come in handy for the next one! Thanks for sharing such an awesome recipe! My kids never ate much rice cereal, so I would have unopened boxes leftover by the time they grew out of the rice cereal phase! love having an alternative to tossing it out. August 10, 2012 at 12:47 PM Lish said... @ Molly-yep any type of cereal will work! @ Samul Family-oh no!! LOL...you could always experiment with different flavourings for sure! Good luck! August 11, 2012 at 10:57 PM Heidi Coker said... Found this on Pinterest, Planning on making these right away! Is that a Pampered Chef bar pan you're cooking yours on? August 13, 2012 at 5:49 PM Lish said... @Heidi..it sure is!!! I make everything on it :D August 13, 2012 at 9:28 PM Amber Bonevich said... Mine are all cut out & ready for oven (had another project done first) my 8 month old wont touch baby cereal or baby food anymore so I had tropical mixed fruit & mixed cereal so I am trying those. I also used bread flour for more protein! Hoping they turn out. I got 1 dozen larger 1 dozen small & a few bars out of the dough! August 18, 2012 at 4:13 PM ashley childs said... How long do they keep once they are baked? as long as a normal homemade chocolate chip cookie? curious cuz i have a niece due in nov. and i'm trying to come up with a baby shower gift basket, and these would add the perfect "homemade" touch to it. Plus, i have soooo much baby cereal left over from my little one. thanks for your help and info! (if they don't last long after cooked, i'll just send her a box or two of cereal with this recipe! or mix it up without the water or fruit and jar it!) August 20, 2012 at 2:52 PM ashley childs said... How long do they store after being baked? I have a niece due in nov. and i was thinking of adding these to my baby shower gift basket. Thanks :) August 20, 2012 at 2:53 PM LUCKY7 said... AwESOme! I'm going to try them with apple sauce instead of oil. I replace apple sauce for oil all the time. Makes everything more calorie friendly and it will probably be easier on a baby tummy! thanks!:) August 24, 2012 at 3:00 PM Lish said... @ashley I kept mine for about a week and a half. But I don't see why they couldn't be frozen once baked...maybe a couple months? Doesn't hurt to try :) I know I have some cereal left over too that I need to use up too!!! August 24, 2012 at 3:44 PM busybee_jrs said... I made these with grinded oatmeal instead of rice cearal & we used bananas for our first time. My daughter(7mo) & her friend (22mo) gave them two thumbs up :) my daughter did toss them to the dog once they were completely covered in slobber & the dog approves also :D August 26, 2012 at 11:47 PM Lish said... @busybee_jrs-HAHA! Love that your dog approves :)and your kiddos too! August 30, 2012 at 10:00 PM Raquel Farabaugh said... I was wondering if i could use gluten free pancake mix instead of regular flour? Anybody tried that yet? September 2, 2012 at 8:53 PM Lish said... @ Raquel I don't see why not?! Doesn't hurt to try :) September 3, 2012 at 9:16 AM Noni's News said... I just made them and can't wait to take over to grandbaby. Smells so good. September 5, 2012 at 1:24 PM Noni's News said... I just made them and can't wait to take over to grandbaby. Smells so good. September 5, 2012 at 1:24 PM Mimzy Wimzy said... I have got to make these for my granddaughter! We have so much cereal that will never get eaten. She will love these!! I found them on Pinterest & will be repinning them! September 9, 2012 at 10:29 AM sarah said... I was wondering if I could use olive oil instead of vegetable oil? October 2, 2012 at 3:50 PM Lish said... @Sarah it would probably just give it a different taste, but it will still work. I've substituted oils in several different recipes and never had a problem :) October 3, 2012 at 12:19 PM ChrissyRBV1984 said... I have to say that I LOVE LOVE LOVE this recipe! I made them for my boys and they are great! My 6 month old loves to gnaw on them for his teething and my 2 1/2 year old loves to eat them (which I'm great with since there's no sugar!). October 13, 2012 at 9:29 AM JenEBothel said... Loe them! tried them for my daughter. Altered the recipe a bit. I'm linking this page to my blog. October 15, 2012 at 6:02 PM Ariel said... I made these today for my 11 month old who is teething horribly!! He loved them and it really seemed to help him with his pain!! My daughter (2) wasnt too fond of them, my guess is because they are a little bland, but perfect for my little guy!! I will definitely be making them again!! Thanks for the great recipe. October 15, 2012 at 6:31 PM Katherine said... Lish, Wonderful cookies for my grand daughter. Thank you for sharing. November 28, 2012 at 12:43 AM Ashley said... I love this idea! I have twins that are turning 1 this month and have completely stopped eating any "baby" food. I have multiple boxes of baby cereal left and I'm looking forward to putting it to use, especially now that snack time is such a big deal to them! Thanks! December 5, 2012 at 12:02 PM mrskoopy said... Love love love thank you so much. Made this up for my baby boy and liked it. Linked this page on my blog. isawitonline.wordpress.com December 6, 2012 at 8:49 AM Nicole Cressey said... I am making these right now. I used multigrain cereal and whole wheat flour and sweet potatos...i hope she likes them! Seems like a healthy nutritous snack! December 14, 2012 at 10:19 AM Tara Taylor said... I made these with carrot- my boy seemed to really enjoy them. Made some into twists and others like snowflakes. I learned the hard way not to add extra water fast! Thanks for the recipe. December 23, 2012 at 1:09 AM Lish said... @Tara-what a great idea to twist them!! Glad they went over well!! January 3, 2013 at 9:09 PM dndInfotainment p said... Hi, I am from Virat Bharat I saw This Blog. This Is very Informative to our Youth. Really Good If you Want to see our Site You can easily Visit http://www.viratbharat.com/Technology/Technology_News.aspx Thanking You Puneet Kardam January 9, 2013 at 4:45 AM littlemandyturtle said... I made these for my 6 mo old and she loved them, but I got excited and didn't read all the instructions and made them too thin, about 1/3 inch. THAT WAS A BAD IDEA, she was able to get big chunks off when they got soggy, but I will def make them again, she loved them I just have to keep a super close eye on her so she doesnt breka them and choke. thanks so much for the recipe January 19, 2013 at 11:30 AM littlemandyturtle said... This comment has been removed by the author. January 19, 2013 at 11:30 AM lindsey marie said... HEY!! new blogger here www.reereesplace.com I'll be sharing your recipe on my blog this week! I love these! i'm wondering, did you have a recipe to make them more crispy like? i'm thinking I sawa biscotti like recipe! Was that from you? Thank you so much for sharing!! January 20, 2013 at 9:26 AM lindsey marie said... HEY!! new blogger here www.reereesplace.com I'll be sharing your recipe on my blog this week! I love these! i'm wondering, did you have a recipe to make them more crispy like? i'm thinking I sawa biscotti like recipe! Was that from you? Thank you so much for sharing!! January 20, 2013 at 9:26 AM bbox said... I put them back in the oven the next day for 30 min at 300°. Honestly even the flavor improves after drying them out. I think cooking them more like biscotti next time might be worth trying. January 21, 2013 at 10:06 AM 'Lish' Imprintalish said... @lindsey marie-Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting! Glad you enjoyed them :) And no, I don't have a biscotti like recipe for them...although if you check out the comment below by @bbox, that looks like it worked well :D January 24, 2013 at 8:37 PM sarah juno said... My son loves theses but i used whole wheat flour and they came out great !!! February 2, 2013 at 12:40 PM sarah juno said... My son loves theses but i used whole wheat flour and they came out great !!! February 2, 2013 at 12:40 PM momto2greatgirls said... I made these yesterday for my 8 mo old grandson and he loves them! He only has 3 teeth coming in, but he had fun gnawing one! February 24, 2013 at 11:08 AM Unknown said... I just made these today, except I substituted pureed peaches instead of bananas, and my seven month old LOVED them! Thanks for the recipe! April 13, 2013 at 6:10 PM Julie said... This comment has been removed by the author. April 18, 2013 at 10:36 AM Heather Jean said... These have been a BIG hit with my little guy! Thanks for sharing this recipe. Today I was looking for some homemade cheerio ideas and most of the recipes had similar ingredients to this one except they had sugar. So I decided to try making my own with your teething biscuits, I made pea sized bites and baked for about 4 minutes and they turned our great! They came out more like baby puffs than cheerios but My son LOVED them and like the biscuits they are super easy to make! Thanks again! April 26, 2013 at 3:13 PM Amanda C said... I just made these for my daughter and she LOVES them! My only problem is that they break into chunks when she gnaws on them after a bit... Am I doing something wrong? She doesn't have teeth. April 28, 2013 at 9:25 PM Lish @ Imprintalish said... @Heather jean-what a great idea! @Amanda C-Mmm...I can't say that either one of my sons ever had chunks come off, maybe it was too dry? Although as she gnaws on them it should dissolve? May 1, 2013 at 8:18 PM Devon said... I totally love this recipe. I use it as a base and love playing with flavor combos. My daughter loves them! So far we've done Apple/Cherry with cinnamon, Sweet potato and cinnamon, Sweet potato, basil and cinnamon (a top choice for her), Pear/Pineapple with ginger. I'm thinking we'll try Squash with nutmeg and maybe cinnamon, and if I can find pumpkin do that with pumkin pie spice. This is so easy to have fun with :) I recommend it to people all the time. Also with babies you can use left over jars from the baby food as cookie cutters, this way it's more a perfect size for them to munch on, and makes some to share with friends :) May 29, 2013 at 1:58 AM Lish @ Imprintalish said... @Devon-Oooh those are great ideas!Thanks for passing it along :) June 12, 2013 at 7:21 AM Rachel P said... My eight month old loved these! I also made them for my husband using oatmeal cereal and a jar of bananas. He thinks they're awesome "sugar-free cookies." :) June 22, 2013 at 4:12 AM Lish @ Imprintalish said... @Rachel P-That's awesome that your husband eats them too!!! LOL! July 2, 2013 at 8:15 PM Jessica Rowell said... Can I use rice flour instead of regular? My kid is allergic and I'm trying to find some good allergy free foods/snacks for him. July 18, 2013 at 2:28 PM Imprintalish said... @Jessica rowell...I don't see why you wouldn't be able too, I'm not that familiar with rice flour...it might just change the consistency? July 20, 2013 at 5:13 PM Roxanne V said... Well I absolutely loved this idea and with my 8 month old son not liking the plastic teethers, this sounded perfect. Better idea than the store bought ones. So I'm making them now and am super excited about giving them to my son! August 16, 2013 at 7:33 PM Steph Willmer said... I just made these. But my dough was really flakey and wouldn't really stick together for me to roll out. I added more water so that it would. Maybe my banana was too small...do you think you could add a picture of what the dough consistency should look like? Thanks for the recipe! November 4, 2013 at 5:44 PM Sienna French said... Just made these for my 6 month old, who already has 5 teeth! The dough was a little flaky and wouldnt stick together, so I added more water. Cant wait for him to test them out once they cool! January 30, 2014 at 3:13 PM Nicole and Erik said... I just wanted to thank you for this post. My little toddler is almost two and these have been a snack staple in our house since she was about 9 months. I have made them in many varieties with carrots, applesauce, banana, squash, and sweet potato. I have used every kind of infant cereal, how else would I use that stuff? I have used every kind of flour you can think of, rice, almond, whole wheat, flax, coconut. And I have used different oil varieties as well, olive, coconut, and canola. And they always turn out about the same, my little one gobbles them up. I make a big batch and freeze them, then I just grab a few out of the freezer when needed. These make great snacks in the car or out and about and I feel so much better giving these to my little one instead of some highly processed granola bar or crackers. Thanks so much! January 31, 2014 at 9:08 PM Randi Walker said... Mine didn't come out quite right. I think I added too much water. I Sub bananas for sweet potatoes with extra cinnamon and my daughter loved them! They came out more like a soft cookie. I will try again when she chows through these :) Awesome alternative to store bought biscuits and even gold fish and puffs. Love it! Thank you!!! February 9, 2014 at 7:45 PM Caroline Rose said... I make my own baby cereals by grinding up whole grain rice or oats, and cooking them. Commercially prepared baby cereal has already been cooked, and then dehydrated. So would it be ok to substitute 1 cup of my own (cooked) baby cereal for the 1 cup of baby cereal powder, even though my own version wouldn't be in powder format? Or should I adjust the amount to be more (or less)? April 2, 2014 at 8:54 PM Bree Case said... Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! I made these (bunny-shaped, of course!) on Sunday and my little one loves them! She is 9 months and teething. I can't get her to eat any purées or finger foods, but she will eat these. Thank God! Thanks so much for the awesome recipe! April 23, 2014 at 12:40 PM Post a Comment Links to this post Create a Link Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) 969
Raising Godly Children: Memorize Bible Verses as a Family
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Raising Godly Children: Memorize Bible Verses as a Family. We are so doing this staring tonight!
Raising Godly Children: Teaching Kids to Memorize God's Word (8 Keys)
For kids or Dogs - Pond - Place a plastic kiddie pool in the ground. It'd be easy to clean and looks nicer than having it above ground. Big dogs can't chew it up or drag it around.
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Dog Pond - but I think its a good idea for kids. Place a plastic kiddie pool in the ground. It'd be easy to clean and looks nicer than having it above ground. Big dogs can't chew it up or drag it around.
Dog Pond - Place a plastic kiddie pool in the ground. It'd be easy to clean and looks nicer than having it above ground. Big dogs can't chew it up or drag it around. Could work for kids too. And when it's not summer it could be a fire pit
Dog Pond - Place a plastic kiddie pool in the ground. Instead of a plastic kiddie pool, I would rather just have a doggie pool built for Tucker but I like the idea.
Dog Pond - Place a plastic kiddie pool in the ground. It'd be easy to clean and looks nicer than having it above ground. Big dogs can't chew it up or drag it around. Great idea for the dogs pool!
Raising Our Sons to Seek After God. How can a mom encourage her boys to seek The Lord?
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Good advice on how to encourage children to pursue God
raising Godly boys
My prayer....to raise a Godly man not by the world's standards but by God's!
Teething tips relief and remedies for baby
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~ Camilia Teething Medicine- yet another homeopathic remedy. Camilia Teething Medicine is an all natural teething remedy that comes in liquid form. While we have yet to try this remedy, I love that it comes in sterile single use doses. Camilia teething medicine can be purchased at Whole Food Markets as well as many local pharmacies. Visit their site to find a retailer near you. Camilia for Teething Relief ~ A cold wash cloth- several reade
who knew celery was a natural pain remedy? @ Sammy
The best Baby Teething Tips and Remedies #teething #baby #kids
Teething tips relief and remedies for baby While teething never really bothered Rosie, Jewel has been having such a difficult time with it. She struggled when her first teeth were coming in, and now she is getting her molars and it has been even worse. Poor Jewel was in so much pain, and given that this was a parenting first for me, I had no idea how to help her. So I turned to you, my readers, for tips and advice. I put a call out for your best baby teething tips and remedies on the Growing A Jeweled Rose facebook page and the responses were so helpful! So helpful that I wanted to compile them into a post here for others who are also in need of great baby teething tips! Baby Teething Tips & Remedies: ~ Amber teething jewelry- several people suggested amber teething necklaces . These necklaces offer a natural, drug- free alternative to soothing teething tots. Besides that, they are beautiful, lightweight, and have a lot of other homeopathic benefits. You can read all about amber teething necklaces as well as shop a great selection here. We just ordered one for Jewel, and I can not wait for it to get here! ~ Hyland's Teething Tablets- Hyland's Teething Tablets are another great homeopathic teething remedy. Several readers suggested these tablets. They are made from natural medicines and quickly dissolve once they hit babies tongue. Hyland's also makes a teething gel . ~ Camilia Teething Medicine- yet another homeopathic remedy. Camilia teething medicine is an all natural teething remedy that comes in liquid form. While we have yet to try this remedy, I love that it comes in sterile single use doses. Camilia teething medicine can be purchased at Whole Food Markets as well as many local pharmacies. Visit their site to find a retailer near you. ~ A cold wash cloth- several readers mentioned a chilled wet wash cloth. We have since tried it, and it really does help! Jewel loved gnawing on it, and the cool cloth seemed to help alleviate some of the pain. The cloth was also great at catching all of that teething drool- bonus! ~ A cold raw carrot to bite on- this tip from a reader was so helpful! Jewel enjoyed the flavor of the raw carrot. The coolness helped with the pain, and her teeth are not near strong enough to bite into the carrot, making this a safe and very frugal teething tip! ~ Frozen foods- many readers recommended frozen foods. Some examples of foods mentioned were whole frozen green beans, frozen fruit slices, and ice cubes made of juice and then placed in a mesh feeder. We have tried the juice ice cubes, and Jewel loved them! ~ The Teethifier 2 Advanced Back Teether- while I have not tried this product, it does look like it would be quite helpful, especially for babies who take a pacifier (Jewel doesn't). You can real more about it here. ~ Baby Orajel- Baby Orajel is the #1 recommended teething brand used by pediatricians. It is an instant relief gel, and comes in a pleasant cherry flavor. We have used this product several times, and it does provide some relief. ~ Tommee Tippee Baby Teethers- Tommee Tippee Baby Teethers come in a variety of different styles for every stage of teething. While some are meant for beginning teethers, others are specifically designed for the later stages of the teething process. I have not tried these products, but they were heavily recommended to me, and they look like they would be very helpful. ~ Gripe Water- Gripe water is a home remedy known to help with teething pain. There are several different kinds out there, and all have slightly different ingredients. One that was specifically recommended to me in an email from a reader was Little Tummy's Gripe Water ~ A frozen bagel- YES! This has helped Jewel a lot! Just be sure to watch baby closely. As they gnaw on the bagel and it softens, it can break apart. ~ Cold celery sticks- I had no idea that celery was a natural pain killer until a reader mentioned it. I then researched it a bit, and found out that it is in fact a natural remedy, and has been used as a pain killer since 30 AD. You can real all about the benefits of celery here. ~ Infant Tylenol- Infant Tylenol is great for reducing pain in teething tots. We use it often. However, I try to limit the use of medicine and usually reserve it's use for night time so that we can all get a good nights sleep. ~ Lots of cuddles and love- If your babe is having trouble teething, spend as much time as possible cuddled up together. If you nurse, nurse more during this time. Hey, we can always use an excuse to stay in bed with our babes, right? ;) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Thanks so much to my readers for sharing their baby teething tips with me! These tips have been so helpful to Jewel. I am certain they will be a helpful resource to other parents facing the problem of painful teething too! - See more at: http://www.growingajeweledrose.com/2012/08/baby-teething-tips-and-remedies.html?m=1#sthash.wJRoDshW.dpuf
Family Camping Checklist
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Family Camping Checklist: BEST PACKING LIST EVER
Family camping list
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Family Camping Checklist: BEST LIST EVER... better keep this for future camping trips!
Make art out of quotes kids have really said...not quite there yet, but I thought it was a cute idea to remember...or a gift idea for someone in the family. I'd like to officially commemorate our flower girl, Isabella, directly following our decent down the aisle, "Well I guess you don't need ME anymore!!"
Your kids' actual quotes as art... what a great idea!
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make your own canvas art with actual quotes from your kids. What a great idea as always loving our kids quotes x
Subway art using kid's quotes- cute idea!
Your kids' quotes on canvas. Cute idea!
Cute idea. Turning those funny kid quotes into wall art. EKP can make these custom gallery wraps for you! email@example.com for more info!
Mason jars with cupcake liners...keep the bugs out of your summer beverages :) CLEVER!
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Mason jars with cupcake liners keep the bugs out of your summer beverages
Cupcake liners under mason jar lids! Cute idea for an outdoor party to keep the bugs out of your #company picnic #picnic #summer picnic #prepare for picnic
party idea - cupcake liners over the tops of mason jar drinks! Awesome idea for keeping those summer bugs out of your drink!
Five Fun Ways to Potty Train - Stop making Potty Training a chore and make it a Party!
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Five Fun Ways to Potty Train.. pin now read later
Five Fun Ways to Potty Train - Stop making Potty Training a chore and make it a Party! #pottytraining
potty training ideas
your child's handwriting. i would never take it off.
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MOTHER'S DAY Your Child's Actual Writing Silver Message Bracelet -Tension Bracelet - Made to Order, via Etsy.
your child's writing, made to order...cute gift idea
your child's handwriting. i would never take it off. Mom gift
Mother's Day gift idea - bracelet with your child's handwriting.
Cultivate Experiences at Home: Save money for a new grill for parties or a new DVD for family movie night — something that will encourage you to have people over and entertain. Plan a summer barbeque, invite your closest friends, kick back and relax. (And don’t forget to print out the pictures to remember the good times.)
LOVE this! What a great memory that could be made!