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"After a few of on and off introducing my toddler to cauliflower, tonight he finally ate it! Along with all his chicken which was a major no-no a few weeks ago. Thank you for what you do! I feel so hopeless sometimes when my little one only wants Mac and Cheese and nuggets. You've also helped me get a lot better at healthy eating! Thank you!"
I just wanted to say a big thank you for the ideas you share. Tonight my 2 year old began her dinner grumpily refusing to eat, but by the end not only was she asking me to pit salad on her plate - she thanked me for it!! A couple of months of food exposure, no-pressure and having fun together over our meals is making a HUGE difference! Your content here is just fantastic.
So I kind of doubted that I would just buy all the fun stuff, like sandwich and veggie cutters and mini animal forks, and magically my kid would eat everything. I thought, they are going to see right through this, but they are every single thing on their plate and then wanted to keep going! I'm a little shocked and I will be doubly so if it lasts. Thank you! Thank you form this momma heart!
Taco night. Everyone’s favorite night. Everyone except for Sam, that is. Sam is a picky eater, and she has never enjoyed taco night. Her parents always say the same thing to her at these dinners. “Sam, you can’t just eat tortillas and cheese. You need to add some protein!” her stepmom would always remark. Sam […]Read More
Tyler’s parents love grilling and eating asparagus. When deciding what to serve for dinner one night, Tyler’s parents expected asparagus to be a big hit. Without even taking a bite, Tyler threw the biggest tantrum they had ever seen. “It looks so gross!” Tyler screamed while pushing the asparagus off of his plate. Tyler’s parents […]Read More
Ryan gets picked up every afternoon by his older sister. Together they walk home, eat a snack, and do after school-work. Ryan’s sister prepares the snacks and likes to be creative. The most recent afternoon snack was black-eyed pea hummus. The siblings love hummus with carrots, so Ryan’s sister thought it would be fun to […]Read More
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