Bowl of… sugar?
This weekend I ran home after my son’s soccer practice to make post-soccer lunch for him and some of the neighborhood kids. I love this role. This is where I feel can totally shine as a Mom. I hate to toot my own horn, but really I’m so good at this kind of thing it’s… Continue reading If You Make It, They Will Eat
The artichoke is the symbol of nutrition wisdom in my home. It represents a method for establishing healthy eating behaviors for young children that has always and will always resonate with me. This story solidifies that children are open to trying new foods. Even green ones. Artichokes make my list of top ten favorite foods… Continue reading Artichoke
Did you ever notice how some children are better at trying new foods, and have a wider food repertoire as compared to other children their age? Did you ever wonder why that is? I’ll let you in on a little secret, which really is no secret at all. You decide what, they decide when and… Continue reading Food for Thought
After speaking with so many moms over the last few days, I have found a common thread of moms saying that in regards to their child(ren)s nutrition, they are consistent with healthy meals and encouraging good food options. Well, usually that is. What comes to mind is considering childrens’ behavior in general. How many areas… Continue reading I’m Always Consistent… Usually