Hello, there! Thanks for visiting this edition of the Healthy & Fit Family Carnival. I am so glad to be hosting and am happy to have you stop by.
Since healthy eating is an important factor in having a healthy family, several entries relate to food.
More4Kids wants to help you choose the right foods to boost your child's brain activity at crucial times during the day. Included is helpful information detailing not only what to feed your child but also what to avoid giving to your child.
Kate of Babylune, creator of this carnival, extends an interesting challenge to help you get your 5 to 10 servings of fruits and vegetables daily - eat the alphabet!
Wisdom from Wenchypoo's Mental Wastebasket also promotes eating foods that are close to their natural roots and ponders whether all of the food nutrition labeling is disabling to us.
If, after reading the nutrition label, you have sworn off of French fries because of their general lack of nutritional value, visit Kathy Maister's Start Cooking blog to find Emerils’ recipe for baked French fries, sure to be a hit with kids and adults alike.
Here at The Porch Light, I offer an easier way for moms to achieve family togetherness over dinner and provide a delicious recipe for Tex Mex Steak Burritos to get you started.
But why should you put in the effort to have a family dinner? Lisa Mitchell of Let's Talk Babies provides us with several good reasons for eating together as a family.
After that wonderful family dinner, take the advice of Refrigerator Raid: have fun with your kids and play the pounds away.
If you are interested in a more organized type of family activity, head over to Scribbit and take the time to read Michelle's story of running together as a family. I gained several ideas for new avenues to explore in my quest for family fitness.
If you are a new or nursing mother, you probably are not ready for strenuous exercise. Breastfeeding123.com has ideas and tips for tailoring your exercise to meet your special needs.
Lastly, in a different yet interesting vein, My Self Development explains why you should help your child become an optimist instead of a pessimist.
That is all for this month's edition. I think this carnival included some very helpful and interesting information, and I appreciate having had the opportunity to share these articles with you.
The next edition of this carnival will be published on March 6 and will be hosted by Thrifty Mommy. Submissions are now open for the March edition and will remain open until March 4. Why don't you consider sharing your thoughts and ideas?
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