For a few years after my first daughter was born, I didn’t read a single book outside of non-fiction parenting books. I just didn’t have time to read anything for pleasure. Then I discovered eAudiobooks, and my life was changed. I started looking forward to mundane tasks like washing the dishes and folding laundry, because […]

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  • Monique | WritingMonique - Amazing instructions! I am really curious about audiobooks now, never tried it before!ReplyCancel

    • Kaley - Thanks Monique! You should definitely try them out, they are my favorite!ReplyCancel

  • On My Bookshelf - […] of a better voice for this story. She definitely makes it. If you are on the fence about trying audiobooks, this would be a great one to start with. As far as the story, I don’t think anything will […]ReplyCancel

Budapest is arguably one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, with the Danube running right down the center, and numerous UNESCO World Heritage sites within the city. A weekend was not nearly enough time to experience all that Budapest has to offer, but it was enough to scratch the surface, and to know that this is […]

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  • Lyn Hope - I can’t wait to visit Budapest, especially after reading your guide and looking at the beautiful pictures!ReplyCancel

  • Caryn - Do you have a trAve guides about night trains in Europe?ReplyCancel

    • Kaley - Not yet, but I will add that to my queue!ReplyCancel

201 Organic Baby Purees  | The San Francisco Ferry Plaza Farmer’s Market Cookbook  | Weaning  | Cooking for Baby  | The Baby-Led Weaning Cookbook  | The Best Homemade Baby Food on the Planet  | Organic Baby & Toddler Cookbook  | The Petit Appetit Cookbook  | Bébé Gourmet  | Baby and Toddler On the Go Cookbook  | The Baby and Toddler Cookbook As my littlest one approached the […]

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Here is what’s On My Bookshelf right now: The Aviator’s Wife  |  Oh, how I love reading about the woman behind the man. And what an amazing woman Anne Morrow Lindbergh was. From the shy college co-ed visiting her father, the US Ambassador to Mexico, to her marriage to the famous aviator Charles Lindbergh, to the heartbreaking loss of […]

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Does anyone else find it a little frightening that jarred baby food could have been on the shelf of the supermarket for longer than your baby has been alive? Or that the jars are filled with muted, dingy colored food. Fresh fruits and vegetables are beautifully colored and vibrant! Baby food should too! So when my first daughter was born, […]

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  • Stephanie - This is so great! I’ve made my own baby food in the past but I love the products you use here, like the trays and Weck jars. I can’t wait to use your method on our baby soon. And I love your photography too.ReplyCancel

    • Kaley - Thanks, Stephanie! The Weck jars are great – you will love them!ReplyCancel

  • Feeding Baby | Fruit Purées - […] that you have the basics of making baby food purées down, it is time to get creative! Start combining different tastes. Add herbs and spices. Look for […]ReplyCancel

  • Feeding Baby | Vegetable Purées - […] that you have the basics of making baby food purées down, it is time to get creative! Start combining different tastes. Add herbs and spices. Look for […]ReplyCancel