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Ergobaby 180 Reversible Stroller Review
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20 Sweet and Summery Watermelon Crafts & DIY Projects
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The Best Pregnancy-Safe Teas and Morning Sickness Tea Recipe
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June Community Garden Update!
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Easy Ciabatta Bread
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Grandmas Tuna and Chips Dip

Ergobaby 180 Reversible Stroller Review

Tracking PixelErgobaby 180 Reversible Stroller Review!  This is a great stroller for city parents, with a giant sun canopy and easy to fold with 1 hand!  This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Ergobaby but all opinions are 100% my own.

You know who are super warriors? City Moms!  Being a city mom is tough, especially with lugging your baby and life around with you, from subway to sidewalk to home and everything in between.  

That’s why I was so excited to host the Ergobaby Strollin In The Park Event in June to get to know other city moms and to support one of my favorite baby brands – Ergobaby! (You can watch the video here!)
New York City Social Influencer Moms(Don’t you love Enceladus giving the camera a point?)

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20 Sweet and Summery Watermelon Crafts & DIY Projects

20 Sweet and Summery Watermelon Crafts & DIY Projects for kids of all ages! You’re going to love making these creative projects with preschoolers, toddlers and teens! Ideas include everything from magnets, pillows, pinatas, painted bowls, planters, easy paper plate crafts and more!

Summer is all about watermelon season!   Who doesn’t like a big piece of sweet watermelon to eat on a warm day?  Watermelon just doesn’t have to live in your garden or kitchen!  Why not make it a fun weekend activity to do with your kids?

The list below features 20 Sweet and Summery Watermelon Crafts & DIY Projects that you can all do with your kids!   All of them are relatively quick to do and results in a keepsake craft that everyone will love!

How cute is this DIY Hand Painted Watermelon Flower Pot from mommymoment.ca?  Grab a cheap pot from your local nursery (or Amazon!) and paint it to house a plant or some herbs in!
20 Sweet and Summery Watermelon Crafts & DIY Projects for kids of all ages! You're going to love making these creative projects with preschoolers, toddlers and teens! Ideas include everything from magnets, pillows, pinatas, painted bowls, planters, easy paper plate crafts and more!

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The Best Pregnancy-Safe Teas and Morning Sickness Tea Recipe

The BEST pregnancy safe teas for Mothers, including a morning sickness tea recipe! This list includes nausea and stress relieving teas, from first trimester to labor! It also includes a list of teas to avoid! Pregnancy-safe teas can be a great option to increase your intake of fluids and small amounts of vitamins and minerals.

Pregnancy is a time when you want your health to be at it’s best. It’s important to get all the right nutrients and stay hydrated. However, our bodies don’t always make this an easy task during pregnancy. Pregnancy-safe tea can be a great option, no matter the stage of your pregnancy, to increase your intake of fluids and small amounts of vitamins and minerals.

The best pregnancy safe teas for Mothers, including a morning sickness tea recipe! This list includes nausea and stress relieving teas, from first trimester to labor! It also includes a list of teas to avoid! Pregnancy-safe teas can be a great option to increase your intake of fluids and small amounts of vitamins and minerals.

Types of Tea

Tea, officially, comes from the leaves of an evergreen shrub or tree called Camellia sinensis. Depending on how the leaves are processed after they are picked determines if they are Oolong, black, green, or white tea.

There are also red “teas” or Rooibos tea. Since this does not come from the Camellia sinensis plant, it is not a true tea, but rather an herbal infusion from the Aspalathus linearis plant. It’s also known as Red Bush tea since Rooibos means Red Bush.

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June Community Garden Update!

Find out what’s growing in our Brooklyn Community Garden space in June! We have a update on peas, tomatoes, onions, kale and peppers!

Hey everyone!  Hope you had a great weekend!  Ours was a hot one, with temperatures on the rise!  We stopped by our Community garden space to check on our vegetables and I decided to take some photos to show you a update!

If you missed it, we decided to go back to our roots (no pun intended!) and grow in Brooklyn again this year.  The last 2 years we grew Upstate, but the heart was heavy for urban city farming again!

This is our 4×4 garden space, with a little expansion with our sub irrigated containers!  Like everything in the city, we use every inch of space we can get! 

Find out what's growing in our Brooklyn Community Garden space in June! We have a update on peas, tomatoes, onions, kale and peppers!

Happy Baby!

And here’s one happy baby who’s already trying to nibble on my kale and drag the hose around! A big reason why we decided to garden again in Brooklyn was to show her how fun it is to grow your own vegetables in the city!
Find out what's growing in our Brooklyn Community Garden space in June! We have a update on peas, tomatoes, onions, kale and peppers!
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Easy Ciabatta Bread

Ciabatta bread recipe! This homemade bread is crusty and filled with holes! It’s easy to make in the bread machine. Serve it for sandwich, soup or a dinner side dish!

Do you love bread?  Of course you do! Who doesn’t love bread?  In this bread machine recipe I’m going to show you how to make a delicious loaf of Ciabatta bread!

What is Ciabatta bread?

Ciabatta bread is a Italian white bread, kinda like a French baguette, but more elongated and broad. It’s usually chewy in texture and filled with crumbly air holes. It’s perfect for dipping in soup, eating for a sandwich or just eating sliced with a little bit of butter!

Ciabatta bread recipe! This homemade bread is crusty and filled with holes! It's easy to make in the bread machine. Serve it for sandwich, soup or a dinner side dish!

Ciabatta bread machine recipe

This bread recipe is really easy to make because it’s made with a bread machine!  Load the ingredients into the pan of your bread machine, in whatever order your machine recommends.  Select the dough cycle and start it!

Ciabatta bread recipe! This homemade bread is crusty and filled with holes! It's easy to make in the bread machine. Serve it for sandwich, soup or a dinner side dish!

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Grandmas Tuna and Chips Dip

Grandmas Tuna and Chips Dip recipe, just like Grandma used to make it! This creamy tuna dip is made with Cream of Mushroom Soup and American cheese slices with crushed up potato chips on top! This is a classic Midwestern family recipe! This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Blue Harbor Fish Co.
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I call this Grandma’s Tuna and Chips Dip because I know your Grandma made this recipe. This is a classic Midwestern-style family dip recipe that everyone is absolutely going to love!  I can guarantee this bowl will be empty in no time at all!

Grandmas Tuna and Chips Dip recipe, just like Grandma used to make it! This creamy tuna dip is made with Cream of Mushroom Soup and American cheese slices with crushed up potato chips on top! This is a classic Midwestern family recipe!

What is it about Grandmas?  How do they make the best recipes?   Is it the love and care that goes into a dish?  Or is it that they’re all amazing cooks?  I think it’s a mixture of both.  This dip recipe is no nonsense, it’s meant to be enjoyed over laughter and conversation.  And it’s delicious.  You guys, it’s really delicious!

Tuna Dip with Potato Chips

Let’s talk ingredients because well… this is a recipe!  This classic dip only calls for 7 ingredients and they’re basic.  In fact you probably already have everything.  That’s what makes Grandma recipes so special – their kitchen always has the right ingredients!

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