We know our Serenity Kids family is a conscious one. We know you care not just about what you put in your baby’s belly, but also how what you feed your little one impacts the world around you. We get it — we care too! It’s why we’ve partnered with TerraCycle to help recycle your empty pouches.
Temperatures and dropping and the leaves are changing. It’s the season for sweaters and scarves, and unfortunately, germs. While exposure is inevitable, there are certain things you can do to help your little one have a better chance at fending off all of those unpleasant bugs.
When it comes time to start introducing solids, most parents feel some combination of excited and nervous. It’s exciting to think about exposing your little one to new flavors and textures, but the possibility of adverse reactions from food allergies or choking can be intimidating. Here are a few dos and don’ts to help guide the process and make your experience and enjoyable one.
"Before having a baby, I had grandiose ideas about how crunchy of parents we were going to be (and unconscious judgements of parents who weren’t). Homebirth, co-sleeping, breastfeeding, baby-led weaning, cloth diapers, the works! [...] but dammit, life happens."
“GERIATIC! That’s what they labeled me on all my paperwork. I have never been called old so many times in all of my 30s.” To have waited ten years to get married. Suffered five miscarriages, one stillborn and seven rounds of in vitro fertilization (IVF) to conceive this pregnancy; only to be insulted after the first time meeting the doctor that is supposed to coach her for the next 35 weeks and deliver her baby. Oh the stress!
Your body is recovering from an incredible feat, and if you are breastfeeding, it is supplying the nutrients that your little one needs to survive and thrive. Here are five tips to help you and your little one get the best start together.
Whether shelf-stable or refrigerated, organic or not, or packaged in a jar or a pouch, most of the baby food available has one thing in common — its primary ingredient is fruit. But when it comes to baby food, sugar isn't so sweet.
The phrase “baby food” typically conjures up images of pureed pears and bits of banana. What food doesn’t often come to mind? Bacon. But with an impressive profile of macro- and micronutrients, I’m here to tell you why it should.
I’m so excited to celebrate my first Father’s Day as a dad! Della joined our family just over nine months ago; and needless to say, they have certainly been the best and hardest nine months of my life. I’m no expert dad (as if that exists), but here are six key learnings from my first few months of fatherhood.
We’re gearing up for our baby Della’s first Texas summer (which if you don't know is usually sunny with a high of 105). Some of our favorite brands include 3rd Rock Essentials, Primary Clothing, Ro Sham Bo, and i play!
Breastfeeding sounded so simple. But for months we struggled with getting a good latch. I put out the call on social media to friends, family, and my mommy community. Six powerful, generous, and loving moms donated milk so Della could grow healthy and strong which really brings a whole new meaning to the phrase: it takes a village.
3 minutes and 30 seconds after you were born on August 5, 2019, at 8:54am, I got to officially meet you. It was the happiest moment of my life, and I’m tearing up as I write this, as I do every time I remember what it felt like to finally become a mom. Your mom. It’s the highest honor to have you trust me with carrying you and helping you grow up.
Check out our free, revolutionary ebook by Dr. Sarah Ballantyne (The Paleo Mom) and Serenity Kids co-founder Serenity Carr. Learn the essential nutrients needed for baby's growth, macronutrient ratios, how to make a balanced meal, and more.