Holly Hillburn
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Cheesy Veggie Quinoa Bites

Are you looking for the perfect snack idea for picky eaters? These Cheesy Veggie Quinoa Bites are an easy snack idea.

There are two secrets to feeding a one-year-old healthy food without breaking the bank: focus on whole food ingredients and repeat them in new ways throughout the week. These recipes can be adjusted to fit your toddlers needs and taste! http://www.ehow.com/info_8181296_cheap-meal-ideas-1yearold-babies.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=article&utm_campaign=fanpage

There are two secrets to feeding a one-year-old healthy food without breaking the bank: focus on whole food ingredients and repeat them in new ways throughout the week. These recipes can be adjusted to fit your toddlers needs and taste!

Ready to Cook Leek & Potato Soup

Ready to Cook Leek & Potato Soup, this perfect for this cold weather. Freeze very well, but don't add cream until ready to thaw and serve.

One Skillet Chicken topped with A Lemon garlic Cream Sauce - Ready in 30 minutes are perfect over a bed of angel hair pasta! #lemonchicken #skilletchicken #oneskilletchicken | Littlespicejar.com @littlespicejar

One Skillet Chicken topped with A Lemon garlic Cream Sauce - Ready in 30 minutes are perfect over a bed of angel hair pasta! Curious if I could replace the heavy cream with coconut milk & serve over spaghetti squash or zoodles.

fabric scrap squares + empty wipes container = hours of entertainment (or at least a quiet 15 min)

Fill an empty wet wipes container with fabric scraps and let baby play with pulling them out. My babies never pulled out wet wipes but they've got through tons of Kleenex.

Spider's Web Discovery Basket. This is a great idea for fine motor, gross motor and thinking skills. You can make easy or more difficult to suit the skill level of your little one. Always supervise. Enjoy!

{{will do this with my daycare babies sometime soon-ish}}Spider's Web discovery basket. A Super Fun sensory activity which also builds dexterity and problem solving skills. LOVE this idea!