Toddler Friendly Recipe: Hide-and-Seek Quesadillas

Dinner time doesn't have to be a battle.

If you’re the parent of a toddler, then you know you have to come up with some very creative ways to get your child to eat his or her vegetables. If your child is like my son who is an extremely picky eater, then you really have to break out the big guns in order to ensure a healthy and well-balanced diet. That’s why I came up with the Hide-and-Seek Quesadillas. They are a great way to sneak … [Read more...]

Surrender Your Way into a Peaceful New Year

Image courtesy of Daniel Fusco.

Happy New Year! Throw Up and Theology is entering its third year, and we are very grateful for our faithful readers and supporters. We look forward to some wonderful things this year. The New Year is a time when many resolve to become better people mentally, physically and spiritually. It’s also a great time to self-reflect. It’s beneficial to reflect on where you’ve been, what you’ve been … [Read more...]

Holiday Etiquette for Family Members of Parents with Special Needs Children

Let's make dinner pleasant for everyone!

It’s that time of year again, and many including myself are gearing up for a host of Christmas festivities which also includes a number of family dinners. Next week, my children and I will be traveling to visit family we haven’t seen all year. I am looking forward to it. I can’t wait to see my extended family. However, there is one aspect I dread every year – the unsolicited parenting advice, … [Read more...]