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The Parentville Fave Five - Springtime Makes Eating Fun, Easy, and Educational

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The nice weather finally arrived!  You may find yourself wanting to try Springtime foods and dishes or maybe developing more positive eating habits with your family.

Or, is your social life busier and you can't find the time to cook? With Rolemommy.com in offering up a healthier chicken nuggets recipe, we offer you our favorite guides, tips and tricks for warmer-weather eating.

Got new Springtime eating suggestions or have a question about what to make? Register for Parentville and give or get a recommendation!


Dinner for Busy Moms by Jeanne Muchnick


Dinner for Busy Moms by Jeanne Muchnick


Dinner for Busy Moms offers meal shortcuts, explains real-time tips from other moms, and includes tons of advice on what food is good to eat, and what is not healthy - from nutrition and packaging to production.  The book guides your planning easy meals ahead of time and making good use of what you already have at home.  Jeanne discusses how to avoid the guilt, and she offers tips on how make the most of mealtime together while helping your children develop, learn and mature!


Nalgene Grip 'N Gulp


Nalgene Grip 'n Gulp


Nalgene Grip N Gulp is a well-designed cup in great Spring colors.  We love it because it has one of the larger spouts, so it could also be the last "sippy cup" your kid has until he learns how to use a real cup.  It is BPA free, made in the U.S., and is transparent, so kids can see what's inside, imagine it's something "purple-y" and see how the level increases or decreases.


Hungry Monkey by Matthew Amster-Burton



Hungry MonkeyA Food-Loving Father's Quest to Raise an Adventurous Eater, is a humorous take from a Seattle dad who believes that developing a child’s taste for adult foods starts by exposing him/her to flavors early.  Recipes and child's perspective, included!


Stokke Table Top



Stokke Table Top is a must for toddlers eating at the table, and it's BPA-free and phthalate-free.  The best part is that it features six sides of drawings your child can see underneath Table Top, each geared to a different stage of learning, ages 6months to 8 years.


DinDins Fresh Toddler Food



DinDins Food


The Hungry Monkey comes to life with DinDins delivery service (in NYC only at this time) with meals that can be stored for up to 3 weeks. Offering natural and organic kid-friendly food with just the right variety and flavor, DinDins is our parents' pick for a go-to option when you can't - or just don't want to cook. Try Artichoke, Corn and Chicken Quesadillas and Spinach or Parmesean Crustless Quiche. Your child will be eating well! 


Use code PARENTVILLE for 10% off your first order until April 26th.

Posted in: Blog, The Parentville Fave Five on 04/12/2010

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  • You may find yourself wanting to try
    Springtime foods and dishes or maybe developing more positive eating
    habits with your family.

  • You may end up needing to attempt spring foods and dishes or even developing additional positive uptake habits along with your family...

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