Stop Toddlers Throwing Food

I’m answering one of the most common questions I get “how to handle food throwing?” In this video I’ll share a bunch of tips and strategies to help curb food throwing behaviors applicable to babies, toddlers, and children (preschoolers.) – Read more…

Should I Hide Veggies in my Child’s Food?

A parent asks about hiding certain foods or ingredients in their child’s meals. I’ll break it down and address some of the mindset issues here – should we “hide”? Does it foster a trusting relationship? How can we stop hiding? Read more…

Mealtime Meltdowns: How to Stop them without Bribing

Explore a new way of approaching mealtimes to reduce mealtime battles, picky eating, and stress levels. Discover what aspects of a meal YOU as the parent control and what your child controls to make for more harmonious meals. Parents decide: Read more…

A Guide to Gummy Vitamins

Everywhere you look whether it’s Google, Instagram, tv commercials… There’s a lot of fear mongering about nutrients. What’s the solution we see all the time? Multivitamins. I’d like to present you with a number of considerations to help you determine Read more…

A Guide for Surviving the Holidays with Kids

There are so many things that we as parents worry about around the holidays. Whether it’s meltdowns, how to handle a friend or family member pressuring our child to eat at mealtimes, dessert, leftovers, or something else. If you’re worried Read more…

A Guide for Traveling with Kids

Traveling with kids is hard! There’s a lot of things to pack and keep track of. From a nutrition standpoint, there’s also a lot to think about like keeping schedules, mini meal snacks, snacking when bored, and travel-safe healthy options. Read more…

Postpartum Depression

I really want to focus on the parents behind these children we are feeding. Many of you have reached out telling me you’ve experienced PPD and PPA. I wanted to share some of my personal story. If you’ve followed me Read more…

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How to Handle Foods You Don’t Like

Here’s my answer:First of all, it’s ok to not like every food! It’s ok for you and it’s ok for your child. A real life example from my family is my husband doesn’t like bananas (and lots of other fruit, he’s the picky Read more…

Spaghetti Sauce Recipe

If you and your family love spaghetti (most children do!) this is a great recipe to have up your sleeve because it’s your way to load up with extra veggies and nutrients, lower the sodium, and save money. You can Read more…