Spinach Ricotta Pasta

My toddler loves pasta and I’m constantly scouting the internet for pasta recipes that are healthy and delicious. One of that healthy and delicious recipes is this spinach ricotta pasta.You can also add more veggies like broccoli, bell peppers, olives to it. It’s pretty easy to make and more importantly it is toddler and adult approved recipe. Here’s how I make it.

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Garbage truck Day!

Toddler’s obsession with garbage truck is REAL! LOL I can’t believe I’m even considering to write a blogpost about it. But I’m sure ten years from now when I read this, it will bring all these silly sweet memories back. Sammy’s obsession started somewhere around when she was 14 months old. I used to show her mail vans and garbage trucks now and then ever since she was born but she became curious only around 14 months.

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Activity ideas using pool noodle

We made a quick Dollar Tree run over the weekend and picked up few stuff for Sammy’s activities. First thing that caught Sammy’s attention  was a pool noodle. She was thrilled to see it for some reason. So, I had to bring it home and do a quick Pinterest search and found so many awesome ideas. Here are a few that were tried, tested and loved by a 18 month old. For all the activities below, you need to cut the pool noodle into smaller rings like in the picture below. All the activities need adult supervision and some help initially till they get the idea. These activities helps with fine motor skills, gross motor skills, hand-eye co-ordination, learn numbers/alphabets in the process of having fun is always a BONUS 🙂 

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5 activities to do with animal figurines.

During my last visit to India I got Sammy a lot of toys, books, puzzles, flashcards and this animal figurine set. She’s so fascinated by them and always picks them over other toys. Sammy is currently 18 months  and these are some of the activities I have tried with her using the animal figurines. The list of activities can be endless, let your (or your kid’s) imagination run wild and have fun playing with the animals. This helps with your toddler’s fine motor skills and also learn animal names and their characteristics but mostly it is just another fun activity to entertain your clingy toddler.

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