Pumpkin Pancakes for Baby

We’re still on a pumpkin kick over here, and I love figuring out different ways to introduce pumpkin to Isley. This recipe is simple, quick and easy to eat for your little one. Plus you can make large batches and freeze them for later use. The pumpkin pancakes make a great addition to breakfast of…

October Favorites

Here again with a few of my favorites this month! As we near the holiday season, most of the items mentioned here would also be a great gift / stocking stuffer for someone. Of course if you try any of my favorites I’d love to hear your thoughts! 1. Hannah Sauvignon Blanc: The perfect crisp…

Stroller Workout

One of the things I was most excited to do after a few months of having my baby was to get outside for some fresh air. It was both good for me mentally as well as good for him (he usually slept the whole time). I’ve always loved working out on my own and majority…

Salad in a Jar

I love to prepare a good meal for myself but to be honest, having a newborn oftentimes makes that difficult. Insert – jar salad prep. I’ve never been big on meal prepping because most of the combinations I’ve found tend to be a boring mixture of grilled meat, rice and sautéed veggie that you need…

How to make your house smell delicious this Fall!

I’m a sucker for fall candles and diffusers but there’s something about concocting my own fragrance for the home that really makes me feel like I’m in my BAG. Everyone loves to walk in someone’s home and smell the sweet aroma of spices, baked goods and vanilla bean wafting throughout the house. This is like…

Top 5 leave ins for natural hair

Leave ins get left out of natural hair talk for reasons that escape me. I feel like a GOOD leave in conditioner is the powerhouse of making your wash n go last and really prepping/priming your hair before you style it. You can also go as far as to reapply it throughout the week to…

7 veggies to introduce to baby by 7 months

When I first started introducing foods to my baby, I went with the no brainer bananas and sweet potatoes. They’re usually recommended since they’re already pretty soft and easy to chew. What people DON’T tell you, is that starting off with those foods in the beginning can lead to constipation issues for your little one!…