Ding dong! Special delivery!
Nope, it’s not the stork. It’s Baby’s Belly, a new kids’ meal service bringing organic, like-homemade dishes to your door.
Time-challenged parents can avoid the frozen foods section by choosing from age-appropriate programs, starting with simple purees and moving on to textured vittles like chunky spaghetti sauce and curried lentils with tofu and zucchini. Older nibblers graduate to well-balanced big-kid eats (try the chicken fingers and pot roast).
Deliveries happen Mondays and Thursdays to ensure maximum freshness. In the spirit of recycling, they’ll replenish empty containers left outside.
It all has a ring to it.
Available online at babysbellyfood.com.
Children’s WAL Art-Mart
What: Kids barter or sell their artwork, handmade crafts, and old toys at the outdoor market while parents peruse the gallery for lovely yarn and wood paintings. Proceeds benefit the studio.
Why: Holiday shopping starts now.
When: Sat. & Sun., noon-3 p.m.
Where: Wisdom Arts Laboratory, 520 E. Orange Grove Blvd., b/t Oakland & N. Madison Aves., Pasadena (626-318-0897).
What: The Henry Clay People and special guests jam for a way underage crowd. Adults must be accompanied by a kid.
Why: It’s a minor miracle.
When: Sun., 1-2:30 p.m.
Where: The Echo, 1822 W. Sunset Blvd., b/t N. Glendale Blvd. & Lemoyne St., Echo Park. Info at 310-923-4017.
Take the Struggle out of Parenting
What: Six-session workshop with child development pro Gila Brown teaches positive discipline for school-age children.
Why: Zen and the art of raising kids.
When: Wed., 10 a.m.-noon. (And some other Wednesdays thru Dec. 16.)
Where: Wheel of Wellbeing, 1575 Westwood Blvd., b/t Ohio & Massachusetts Aves., Westwood. Info at 310-497-7461.
Photo: Courtesy of Baby’s Belly