In an effort to become better parents, better Mavens we are always reading, asking each other questions, and trying to educate ourselves in better ways to help raise our little ones in a healthy, green environment.
When The Mavne of Social Media discovered Happy Family Brands (http://www.happybabyfood.com), it made our jobs a little easier! Happy Baby Food gave us what we were looking for: Products for our children that provide optimal nutrition, are socially responsible and safe!
You can easily find something delicious from the Happy Baby Food line for your baby, toddler or pre-schooler. From fresh frozen baby food to cereals, yogurt snacks and toddler meals, there are a wonderful variety of choices! You will surely find something to tantalize your child’s tastebuds!
Happy Family Brands recently took their line one step further., combining the expertise from Dr. Robert W. Sears, renowned doctor in the Sears family of pediatricians, with the nutritional know-how of Amy Marlow, registered dietitian for the popular HAPPYBABY line of organic baby food to bring you the definitve book on child rearing the all-natural way: HappyBaby: The Organic Guide to Baby’s First 24 Months.
This groundbreaking book offers a proactive, harmonious approach to parenting that’s easier, greener, and just plain better for your precious infant or toddler.
The book was easy to read and helped answer a lot of the questions we had about everything from nutrition to how to eliminate toxins from our little one’s rooms. It’s more than just a book on nutrition, but an organic resourse for the first 24 months and beyond. It’s an excellent book for any parent! There are pages and pages of recipe and meal suggestions too! You can check out HappyBaby: The Organic Guide to Baby’s First 24 Months on Amazon.com here: http://www.amazon.com/HappyBaby-Organic-Guide-Babys-Months/dp/0061711365/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1254153607&sr=8-1
Disclaimer: The Maven of Social Media received free product for our review. No monetary compensation was received for this post. The opinion here is our own.