Monthly Archives: February 2011

Baby Says Yum: Nordstrom Basil Tomato Soup

Norstrom Basil Tomato Soup

A good batch of soup is relatively quick an easy to make, even on a weekday after work. This classic dish, as popular perhaps as the Nieman Marcus Cookies, does not come with a silly story that its secret recipe was divulged by jilted customers.

The Definitive Dad’s Guide to Feeding your Baby Solids

Munchkin long baby spoons

All that you need to know about feeding baby: find out which feeding utensils and accessories work and which do not!

AWESOME: Baby Bjorn Baby Carrier Synergy Review

baby bjorn 1-1

Lots of choices in baby carriers They can be front packs, back packs, slings or wraps, but it seems that no one can do without some sort of baby carrier. This is one item that we’ve used quite a bit, especially when traveling (which is typically by plane). When I did some homework on the…

Baby says Yum: Roasted Chicken And Butternut Squash Soup

Roasted Butternut Squash and Chicken Soup

I’m always on the look out for good meals that can be executed in a reasonable amount of time after coming home from. The following is a great winter comfort food dish adapted from a Blake Royer (of the Paupered Chef) recipeĀ for Serious Eats. It quite easy to make and does not require much attention….

PASS: BT 150 Baby Monitor; how a phone company made a great baby product

BT 150 Baby Monitor

The baby monitor is an indispensable item to add to the newborn shopping list. Since it’s a piece of electronics, it’s also something that a tech or gadget loving expecting father parent can get excited about. So here’s how I went along evaluating which baby monitor to purchase and a review of the one I…

UPDATE: Foam mats banned in Europe, why not here?

EVA foam floor mats

It’s been relatively quiet on the floor mat topic since it first became news in Europe in December. I was glad to see that it was picked up in other parts of the world in January as well, but not overwhelmingly so. It’s been mainly a word-of-mouth online campaign in North America. You can read…