Got milk? Yep. (Jugs of it.) But it’s finally time to give it to your babe solid.
Get the dish from Petit Cuisine, a service that prepares and delivers all-organic meals to beginning and advanced eaters alike.
Stage One purees introduce fruits and vegetables (plums, squash, broccoli). Stage Two choices move on to multiple-ingredient meals (country stew, chicken pot pie) and fruit desserts with iron-rich oatmeal. Finally, toddler options (farfalle alla Bolognese, meatloaf and mash) sneak grains, calcium, and protein past picky eaters.
Free weekly deliveries furnish five-day supplies in nontoxic, biodegradable containers.
Now you’re pumped.
Available online at petitcuisine.com.
Music for Tots
What: The series introduces children (ages 3-5) to music and music appreciation.
Why: Drum up some fun.
When: Jan. 26-May 27. Classes held every Tues. & Thurs., 3:30-4:15 p.m.
Where: SoBe Institute of the Arts, 2100 Washington Ave., Miami Beach (305-674-9220).
Food, Fun, and Shopping Extravaganza
What: Vendors hawk goods for tots (GG Getups tutus) and moms (Lola James Jewelry).
Why: Proceeds go to Miami-Dade County Council of PTAs/PTSAs, supporting local teachers and students.
When: Wed., 6-10 p.m.
Where: Kitchen 305, at Newport Beachside Resort, 16701 Collins Ave., Sunny Isles Beach. For info, call 305-491-9243.
Hoola for a Healthy Heart
What: Take Hula-hoop lessons, enter contests, and boogie on an illuminated dance floor. Then check your vitals at the Heart Smart exhibit.
Why: What could be coola?
When: Sat., 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Where: Miami Science Museum, 3280 S. Miami Ave. (305-646-4200).
Photo: Courtesy of Petit Cuisine