Wednesday, August 8, 2012

The Clean 15

Which organic foods are worth paying the higher price?  Are they more nutritious?  A limited budget might make the decision for you and of course, it is a personal choice about what you think is best for your family.

But, going back to the question of what foods should you buy organic and which foods can you skip?  Earlier I posted about the Dirty here is a list of the Clean 15.  These fruits and vegetables have the lowest levels of pesticide residue.  However, if your baby eats alot of any of the following foods, you could consider going organic anyway.
  1. Onions
  2. Avocado
  3. Corn
  4. Pineapple
  5. Mangoes
  6. Asparagus
  7. Sweet Peas
  8. Kiwifruit
  9. Cabbage
  10. Eggplant
  11. Papaya
  12. Watermelon
  13. Broccoli
  14. Tomatoes
  15. Sweet Potatoes

Try to feed your baby organic foods if you can, but don't stress if you can't.  In the end, it comes down to making sure our kids are eating plenty of whole grains, fruits and veggies, whether or not they are organic.

 Chasing Tiny Feet

Sunday, August 5, 2012

Free Child Safe Kit

Of course the safety of our children is always number one.  If you agree, then you will want to click HERE and head over to pick up your free Child Safe Kit.  I submitted the form and requested 2 kits, one for Mason and one for Amanda.  It appears as though you can request up to four kits, if needed. 

The Child Safe Kit is a convenient way to record comprehensive information about your child so authorities can help find your missing child quickly.  Each kit includes:

Important Information at Hand: Record your child's name, address, birth date, allergies, including any birthmarks or other identifying features that will help authorities identify your child.

Detailed Physical Description: It is important to know exactly where any of your child's birthmarks, scars, or other identifying marks are on their person.

Fingerprint System: With easy to follow instructions, The Child Safe Kit also comes with an inking strip to fingerprint your child which will help officials identify them more quickly.

Recent Photo of Your Child: Keep an up-to-date photo of your child to help officials accurately identify them. Remember to update your child's photo every 6-12 months.

What are you waiting for????  GO!.....

Chasing Tiny Feet