Showing posts from July, 2018

Review - Amara Baby Food!

When Charlie showing interest in eating, we were on holiday. As a newbie mom, I went mostly on instinct to let her try some foods. The safest way I could think to start her on solids was to buy the purée packets from the shop. She loved it! Though this girl has yet to meet a food she doesn't like. :) I kept buying packets because it’s sooo easy and convenient and I couldn’t seem to make my home steamed/blended/mushed veggies or fruit as appealing to her.  It wasn’t something I could fully dive into because our time was devoted to packing up our London flat and moving our lives to Utah.  Enter Amara ! Their slogan is so true. 'Better for baby. Easy for you!' They sent me some of their pouches to try and I couldn’t wait to see how she would take it.  The smell once you open the pouch is undeniably real. Just added water and the purée was the same consistency as if I had made it from scratch! Banana tastes exactly like banana and the oats and berries are del

We Are the Larson’s

   Hi! We are the Larson’s. Welcome to our little corner of the World Wide Web. I have loved blogging about our years living in London , sharing photos of that beautiful city ( @larsonsinlondon ) and will continue to share some of our adventures now that we are back on American soil ( @ourlarsonlife )! If you have any questions about London, day trips or - my personal favorite - food recommendations, in Europe, I’m here for you! I have a wealth of knowledge I need to write down and share before I lose it or it becomes sadly outdated. A few upcoming posts will compile specific recommendations I have sent to friends and family over the years! Quick back story on us: we met through mutual friends, married about a year later, graduated with our bachelor’s degrees in Utah and moved to London for Taylor’s job in finance shortly thereafter. Yup, that’s marriage, college graduation and international move within 8 months. Kinda crazy but in the best way! We lived in west