What is picky eating and what you can do about it

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So you think you have a picky eater

Let me guess, your little one turned 13 or 14 months and all of a sudden has started to refuse to eat most of the foods they drooled over. You’re here because you want to know if picky eating is as bad as everyone makes it out to be, what you did wrong, and how you can fix it. So let’s cut to the chase and talk

Feeding an 18 month – 4 year old

Feeding an 18 month to 4 year old. Common concerns and tips to make meals easier

You know your baby is transitioning into a full blown toddler when all of a sudden they start refusing foods, and skip meals all together. Gone are the days of easy meal times. Now, you’re dealing with an extra emotional, extra stubborn, and fiercely independent mini adult. This stage is what most parents like to refer to as…. “the picky eater stage.”

If this stage has left you wondering, “where did my good little eater

Feeding an 8-18 month old

Feeding an 8-18 month old

Feeding little kids isn’t for the faint of heart. Between the gagging, your fear of them choking, the insane amount of mess, and figuring out how to manage when they don’t want to sit at the table and eat any more their is no shortage of struggles when it comes to feeding kids.

With a little patience, okay a lot of patience, following the advice below will help restock your arsenal of tips

Kids and Nutrition – Podcast Guest

Kids and Nutrition: Your Top 3 Questions

Families Matter Most Podcast: Kids and Nutrition

A while back I joined a friend and Family Coach, Jenn Dean of Families Matter Most, to chat all things kids and nutrition.

I spent time answering some of the most frequently asked questions from parents, like:

I …

How do I stop my kid asking for SNACKS all day?

How do I stop my kid from snacking all day?

Your kid asking for snacks all day long, but the refusing to eat meals? You may have a grazer on your hands. Learn why all-day grazing may be something you need to curb.

If your kids always seem hungry, it’s so easy to just throw a granola bar their way and go on with your day. I mean, why would you want to spend time prepping a more elaborate snack when you know they won’t