This post is sponsored by Joan Of Arc Cheese but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
This last weekend, I decided to make some delicious apple and pomegranate brie turnovers at my mom’s house.
My siblings and our spouses have been trying to help mom around the house after the passing of our dad. We clean up, cook food, bake treats. She loves apple pie, so I figured an apple and pomegranate brie turnover would be a perfect easy snack or treat. I’m all for simpler recipes since I don’t have a lot of time to prep and cook with 2 small kids that require a lot of attention.
You might be thinking cheese and fruit doesn’t exactly sound appealing melted together, but let me tell ya, it’s delicious! So so delicious!
Cheese is kind of like chocolate; it’s good on almost anything. Lol
Easy apple and pomegranate brie turnovers
Whether you are a new mom or on your third, fourth or tenth child, the chances are that you will take over complete responsibility for the household. And while it’s great for a while, there will be a time when the walls start to feel like they are closing in.
Being a mom is one of the most magical and rewarding things that you can do. However, just because you’re a parent, it doesn’t mean that it’s all you want to be. Being a mom can be all-consuming, especially in the beginning, but you also want to have a life outside of your role as a mom. You should be able to have friends and take part in activities that you enjoy. All of the things that make you who you are extend beyond being a parent. However, doing things outside of being a mom doesn’t always mean doing them without your kids. There are plenty of ways to have your own life while also maintaining your role as a loving and present mom.
“This post is sponsored by Evivo, but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.”
Did you know that the first 6 months of a babies life is the crucial time for implementing good digestive health?
I won’t lie, I have to take an iron supplement because I am anemic which messes up the digestive system. Constipation from the overload of iron is unreal, which is why I take probiotics. But did you know that probiotics can be passed onto the baby in the womb too? I HIGHLY recommend that ALL pregnant women take not only probiotics but digestive enzymes as well. And continue taking them while nursing too, since they play a huge part in having a healthy baby!
This post is sponsored by Red Baron but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
The holidays are kind of weird around here since I grew up doing them with my family, but my husband did not. Although I try to oblige my husband’s beliefs, I still have my own, so I feel like we need to meet somewhere in the middle at times.