If a stranger has better luck getting your little one (LO) to eat food than you, you may be making this common mistake.
Don’t worry, you’re not alone in this. Most parents at some point or another struggle at meal times with their little one. Is it just a phase or something you’re doing wrong?
Well, it could be both!
If eating less is just a phase
Kids eat less than you expect or want …
Vegetables. Yuck!! Or at least that's what your little ones say.
Kids and veggies often don't mix. Why, you ask?
Tonight’s dinner, a smorgasbord of leftover finger foods. A few new items and a few of “safe” foods for the boys.
On the menu:
A pork chop (eaten before)
Naan bread (safe)
Spring rolls (new)
Green peppers (eaten before)
Cucumber (eaten before)
With a side of tzatziki and plum sauce, and dill dip (safe)
And apple sauce (one of the boys all time favs)
As my hubby and I ate, I watched as my boys
The food fights stop when you finally learn the lesson.
Ever feel like you’re living like Bill Murray on Groundhog Day? You make food, your little one refuses it. You make new food and still they refuse.
You’ve wasted food, your time, and you know if your little one doesn’t eat you’ll be dealing with tantrums and all sorts of hanger-driven behaviour.
It’s no wonder you do what you do; trying anything to get your …
Society is stuck on dieting and our poor children are suffering as a consequence. Their spongy little brains pick up on the slightest insinuation of what foods are “good” or “bad”, “healthy” or “unhealthy;” whether you think you need to lose weight or hate your thighs. Since dieting has been proven time and time again NOT to work, how do we learn to feed ourselves, body, mind, and soul, so our children can learn to …