So if you haven’t heard, Expo West is one of the LARGEST natural food and products expo in the U.S.! I love attending it to see and try out all of the latest and greatest in natural health and beauty products that are about to hit the market. It was so much fun checking out the vendors’ displays and it seems each year just gets bigger and better!
It’s week 2 of our What’s for Dinner series and this time we are taking it back to the basics. With all of this rain we have been having in LA this is seriously the perfect rainy day weather recipe! It is a Chicken and Rice soup you can make easily in 6 simple steps. Allie from Bohemian Nation was kind enough to share her Mom’s chicken and rice soup recipe with all of us. I don’t know about you but I personally love soup and could eat this all year round!
Hi again Mom-Remoders!
One day your toddler loves avocado and the next day he/she absolutely despises its existence. I get it.
Been Still there. In keeping with National Nutrition Month, I wanted to share a couple of great veggie smoothie recipes that your picky toddler will be sure to love!
What’s for Dinner? Do you ever get tired of trying to figure out what to make each night? Do we make chicken and rice or rice and chicken? I hear ya-LOUD and CLEAR! That is why I want to feature a new recipe each week as apart of our ‘What’s for Dinner?’ cooking series that will be quick, easy, and yummy! March is National Nutrition Month so this month we are going to focus on recipes with healthier alternative ingredients. This week we are going to learn how to make a mean Skillet Shepherd’s Pie subbing the potatoes for Cauliflower and here’s the other catch, with only 6 ingredients! Yes I said 6. Our friend Karen at MommaChef.com was kind enough to share her amazing recipe with all of us MomRemoders!
Nowadays flying has become that necessary yet dreaded event that makes you cringe just thinking about it.
Fear not! Although I have only flown with Kennedy twice, I took her on her very first flight SOLO when she was 6 months old! I know CRAZY right?! Well, I am here to tell you it is not as bad as it sounds IF you follow some of these very simple, practical rules of flying with an infant. Here are 12 tips for flying with an infant.
Hi all! I just love documenting all of Kennedy’s “Firsts.” Today we took a little break from work to participate in our very first Mommy and Me class!
Most of you may not know, but I earned my degree from UCLA in Women’s Studies. On the surface it may seem as though the study of the psyche of women has nothing to do with real estate investing, right? Well, believe it or not, the two correlate more than you’d think.
Hi there Moms & Remod-ers…
This morning I could not stop myself from taking just…one…more…picture…of my sweet little girl, Kennedy. I know I know…in the days of endless Facebook posts and Instagram newborns, we’re all guilty of it. The truth is, since day 1, I’ve taken at least one photo per day of her…probably closer to 15 :-). But this morning, the sun shone through the curtains, cascading over the window in her nursery and kissed her face ever so beautifully (sounds poetic, huh?), all while I was changing her-into a fresh cloth diaper. Yes, I said CLOTH.
MomRemod is a blog largely inspired by my daughter Kennedy. I found myself constantly writing updates about our new life, emailing photos to family, friends, other mothers and basically anyone who was willing to listen to my discoveries as a new mom. I realized that writing about my new life was a way to feel connected to others – and have some fun doing it. Here’s the catch: becoming a mom instantly inducts you into this “secret society.” Just like many other elusive secret societies, not many speak of it, but it’s one of the greatest perks of entering into motherhood.