I love it when I come across something that excites me this much. I can’t express enough how enthusiastic I am about Kidstir cooking kits. This last month, Judah and I had a blast together in the kitchen where he learned cooking skills through his personal cookbook from Kidstir. Kidstir is a start-up company, run by other moms, and offers monthly hands-on kits that educate kids in the kitchen. With a subscription that’s less than $20/month, each child receives a welcome kit that includes their very own cookbook binder along with a couple of activities and kitchen tools to get them started. Each following month, a kit is sent with a scavenger hunt shopping list, three cooking projects that build into the pages of the binder, and kid-sized tools.