As the parent of a preschooler and baby, I know firsthand how stressful mealtimes can be. They are certainly not relaxing by any stretch of the imagination, but they can be enjoyable and less chaotic … [Read more...] about Setting Mealtime Boundaries For Your Child
Research shows that less than half of us will stick to our New Years Resolutions by June and only 10% of us will follow through by December. Making healthy changes to your lifestyle is not easy. In … [Read more...] about 10 New Years Resolutions That Will Benefit Your Children As Much As You
Feeding our little ones can be tricky. From how and when to introduce solid foods, to dealing with picky eating, to packing school lunches. Some parents find that feeding their kids is a very pleasant … [Read more...] about Five Common Feeding Mistakes That Parents Make
It will come as no surprise to most of you that these foods, on their own, are nutritious. But perhaps what you didn't know is that pairing these foods together, boosts their nutritional value even … [Read more...] about Better Together! Food Pairings That Will Boost Your Nutrition
Oatmeal is my favourite winter breakfast (my 2 year old son LOVES it too). Comforting, filling and easy, oatmeal is the perfect way to start a day. Oats are high in soluble fibre- a type of fibre that … [Read more...] about Oatmeal Five Ways
Having a two year old is fun, fascinating and frustrating all at the same time. Especially when it comes to eating. These little people are now asserting their independence and trying to … [Read more...] about Feeding Your Toddler: What Is Your Responsibility As The Parent?
This is a really good question, but unfortunately, I cannot give you a cut and dry answer (and trust me, I would like one too!). The truth is, offering your children a variety of fruits and … [Read more...] about Should you feed your children organic foods?
Most kids go through some sort of picky eating stage at some point. Let me put it this way- you're a very lucky Momma if you have kids who readily accept all foods. More often than not, I find that … [Read more...] about Why I’m Not Concerned That My Kid Doesn’t Eat Vegetables