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As a mother of two young boys, we go through an obscene amount of yogurt on a weekly basis. To avoid boredom and keep my kids excited about eating nutritious foods, I like to get creative when it comes to toppings and mix-ins for our daily yogurt fix. (more…)

479349111post.jpgAs the mom of a very active and mobile 5-year old and an inquisitive and talkative 8-year old, I sometimes find the dinner hour pretty tough. It seems I’m constantly reminding my young daughter to try to sit still and chew while reminding my son to have a bite or two in between sentences.

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There’s nothing more rewarding than getting your toddler actively involved in the kitchen. Both you and your child will feel proud to have accomplished something together and it will strengthen your bond even more.

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Follow these tips to help exercise with children!

Finding time to yourself, let alone finding time to exercise when you have two kids can be a daunting task. Why exercise in those few moments alone when you could be resting after chasing your children around? As hard as it may be to get up and start moving, you’ll thank yourself later when you have the extra strength to keep up with those little rascals!

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Check out these awesome vacation destinations!

Are you ready for summer vacation? With many great places to visit throughout the United States, the options are endless for having fun and creating great memories. Plan a trip that the entire family will love to one of these top five summer vacation destinations for active families.

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Stonyfield pouches are a great snack for your kids

My toddler was a little behind when he was first learning to talk. After seeking professional advice on the matter, his speech therapist advised me to get him to talk as much as possible. Giving him options in every opportunity possible was the way to begin to get him to speak, even if it was in his own language. Since we are a foodie family, the logical place to start giving him choices was with food!

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Happy New Year from A Running MomGuest Contributor, Megan Searfoss from Run Like A Mother, has run over 20 marathons and numerous 5ks, 10ks and triathlons throughout her running career. She uses running and her blog as a way to show women of all ages and sizes how they too can run to find balance in their lives.

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Guest Contributor, Megan Searfoss from Run Like A Mother, has run over 20 marathons and numerous 5ks, 10ks and triathlons throughout her running career. She uses running and her blog as a way to show women of all ages and sizes how they too can run to find balance in their lives.

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Help your family be healthy with these 4 natural alternatives to everyday products.

Guest Contributor, Rachel Fried, is a joint degree graduate student at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies and the Yale School of Management. She is interning this summer on the Stonyfield Sustainability Innovation team and excited to contribute to this dialogue to show it’s possible for businesses to be both profitable and sensitive to global environmental concerns.

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See where the best organic yogurt is made

This article was written by Stonyfield Yogetter Anne Brock. Anne serves up delicious family style cooking and actively promotes the organic message at her blog Flour Sack Mama.

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Healthy eating can be easily learned

This post was written by Xanthi Gray, Education Coordinator at the Children’s Museum of NH.

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Read some of team stonyfield's personal journeys from the 2014 Boston Marathon.

We’ve invited members of Team Stonyfield to share moments of their personal journeys to the 2014 Boston Marathon. Team member Meredith Hein shares her experience with the highs and lows of training for the big event.

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