Getting your kid to eat a serving of heart or beef liver might not be an easy task but we can assure you it’s worth it. Katie Forrest, advisor and cofounder of Force of Nature, shares several tips on how to make the job much easier.
During this international health crisis it can be difficult to know what to do. Many people are sick, terrified, or struggling financially. But many of us are not. Here are six things we can do to help.
We’re a community. And wow, that word has taken on a new meaning. There is nothing more important to us at Serenity Kids than the health and safety of our community, so we wanted to share some tips on staying healthy and sane during these times of uncertainty and also answer a few questions we have received. Please continue to check back for more updates on shipping or inventory.
Some people say that the way to a man's heart is through his stomach. This was true... but for the both of us! Joe and I really enjoy spending time in the kitchen together so we thought we'd share some of our favorite quick and simple romantic recipes for Valentine's Day! We hope you try this delicious meal made with love and get to spend time in the kitchen cooking, laughing, and creating memories together.
The first years of a child’s life involve rapid growth and development. Several nutrients are necessary to support different aspects of your little one’s development, but one in particular is the star when it comes to baby’s brain: DHA. So what is DHA and why is it important?
Atlanta-based pediatrician, Dr. Jennifer Shu, says, "When done safely, rough play can give your older baby or toddler a sense of freedom and movement, help them learn what their body can do, promote balance and coordination and foster trust." Here are the guidelines that our co-founder, Joe Carr, set to keep Della safe and Serenity comfortable.
Della is drinking her liver bone broth. 32 oz of homemade bone broth + 1 oz cooked, pureed beef liver. It's a drink that's packed with protein, healthy fats, and vitamin A (and she loves the taste, too!). Here's how we make liver broth at home!
Did you know that the first eye exam should be conducted by an Eye Care Professional (not Pediatrician) around 6 months of age? Even if your child seems to have normal eyes and vision, without a proper eye exam, some things can go unnoticed. Dr. Fartash goes into detail on what to expect for your little one's first eye exam!
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.
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.