Teaching your Child’s Class about Nut Allergies

I remember the moment that I realized that my son would never have nuts again. It hurt so much that it made my toes curl. I felt like someone sucker-punched me in the stomach and I cried so much that my sockets looked like enormous peanuts. My first reaction was denial. Maybe there was a mistake. Maybe he moved too much during the allergy test. … Continue reading Teaching your Child’s Class about Nut Allergies

The New Food Processor Bible and Rosh Hashana

Rosh Hashana is one of my favorite Jewish holidays. Literally, translated into the “head of the new year”, it is the Jewish new year. Now if you know me, then you know that my posts are far from kosher I eat everything and anything around but when it comes to tradition it is a different story, I love tradition and culture and love the holidays … Continue reading The New Food Processor Bible and Rosh Hashana

A Vacation in Seattle with Kids

I really needed a break. I really needed some sun and most of all, I wanted some time with the family, unplugged, away from it all. Things are a little too busy to fly anywhere but I truly believe that life is what you make of it. And you can definitely find the simple pleasures in life, even in your own backyard. Literally. So we … Continue reading A Vacation in Seattle with Kids