People keep referring to me (kindly) as Superwoman (if only I looked that good in lycra-wait-a-minute who my kidding, I'd NEVER wear lycra) but truth be told, I'm asked quite a bit 'How do you do it?' so I thought I'd blog exactly how!
I have always been lucky that both my boys enjoy eating healthy food so much so we've nicknamed Alexander 'Gwynnie', he literally snacks on coconut flakes and cucumber sticks. My eldest loves fruit but veggies can sometimes be a tough sale for him. Soups, though, soups he'll eat! It's really about finding ways to get your kids to eat more veggies in ways that are appealing to them, and you-roasted root veg or stir fried broccoli with garlic is popular here, sweet corn naturally and sweet potato chips or carrots dipped in hummus all time favourites.
Buns with a Greek twist!
Whiles I attended the Mamas & Papas Awards last night, Peter held the fort with the boys. When baby Alexander was sleeping, just before bedtime, Oliver 'cooked' Daddy dinner.
Auntie Loulla is a fabulous chef and owner of the award winning Greek restaurant Kosmos in Manchester. She recently showed my little Oliver how to make pizza and he loved every minute of it.
Ok so he's not really a baby at 2 and 4 months but I have been a Mama to 3 amazing kids and a toddler this week-and I've loved every minute!
Such a fun night!
The things my mother has taught me.