PaleoParents Video Blog ep 1

An introduction to our latest endeavor, a vlog series covering some paleo parenting topics!

Upcoming Topics:

  • Answers to your questions from our Call to Help on 7/27 post
  • Cole talk about veggies and what he likes to eat
  • Join our table
  • Shop with us: explore the store easily and affordably
  • Watch Matt work out with the boys

Let us know if you have other topics to suggest or questions to ask!

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  • Can’t wait!  The boys did a great job 🙂

    • Thanks, Leanne!  You owe me an e-mail vote, you know 😉

  • This is great. Look forward to seeing more.

    • Thanks!  I’m looking forward to doing them, too.  It’s such a simplified way to get information out, plus the idea of other families watching it together and talking about the topics themselves warms my heart.  I hope it’s helpful in the long-run!

  • Priscilla

    Very excited to see more!  Thanks for doing this:)

  • Kara Jimenez

    This looks great. Can’t wait for more!

  • LeAnn Purdy

    Hi Stacy and Matt!  I am really interested into transitioning into a Paleo diet, I have a 5yo; however, I am lucky because he LOVES fruits and vegetables and would typically rather eat a salad than say, pizza.  Do you have any sample meal plans or grocery lists? My biggest hurdle is shopping and meal planning,  I was also wondering if you use a substitute for milk (soy or rice?)

    • We’ve done some posts about that like:

      Really, with Paleo, once you plan your meats, the rest falls into place. This morning I pulled a rack of pork ribs out of the freezer and from there kale and beets and melon practically fell out of the fridge. I find it easier to plan our meals without all that extra stuff, really.

      For milk, we usually use almond milk or hemp milk (Hemp milk is good and is higher in Omega-3 but has a distinctive vegetable taste that takes getting used to). Rice and soy milk are not Paleo by most standards (One is a grain and the other a legume). Really, though, we don’t drink much of anything besides water (and occasional coffee or tea for grown ups). We use the almond milk when we make smoothies or in baking or in our ice creams, but it tends to stay in the fridge.

      • LeAnn Purdy

        Thank you so much for replying to me!  I can’t wait to see more videos

  • Anonymous

    This is great! Cute kids. 
    I love how you make this all practical. 

  • I can’t seem to get the vlogs to show.  🙁

    • My apologies. I seemed to have accidentally disappeared the embed codes. Should be fixed now.