10 foods to try with your baby
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by Megan McNamee
2w ago
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Solids aren't going well
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by Megan McNamee
2w ago
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Our Favorite Gear for Starting Solid Foods and Baby-led Weaning
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by Megan McNamee
3w ago
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Bringing Meals to Families Experiencing Life Change
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by Roxta Jemy
3w ago
Sometimes one of the best ways we can love on our friends and family is by bringing them food when they’re in need. During crisis, loss, the birth of a new baby, illness or a major life change, sometimes the last thing people think about is eating. After co-founder Judy lost her home in the Marshall Fire in December 2021, she received all types of food from friends and family. This gave us an idea…why don’t we ask our community their favorite meals to gift to people in need (and the best food they received)? Below is a free printable that summarizes their suggestions. We hope this inspires y ..read more
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How to handle plate waste and unfinished lunches
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by Roxta Jemy
3w ago
We like to show examples of what I (Megan) pack for school lunch on our Instagram and Facebook pages. Recently I also showed our Instagram Stories viewers what my kids’ lunchboxes look like when they get home. The number 1 response? “But they didn’t eat all of it. How can I get over my anxiety about that?” As a trained Intuitive Eating Counselor (and dietitian) who has worked with hundreds of clients on becoming a more intuitive eater, I want to give you a secondary perspective about plate waste that you might not have considered before.     The “clean plate” c ..read more
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Grocery Shopping with Babies and Kids
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by Roxta Jemy
3w ago
Dread going to the grocery store with your kids?  We get it. We’ve never had a client say they love grocery shopping with kids. Perhaps you even enjoy going to the store by yourself, but the second your little angels come with you it’s more stressful. We’re here to help with some tips that make it a little bit less painful – and more fun – for everyone involved. (Seriously, it can actually be a little fun!)   Check out our Amazon Store for our favorite grocery shopping gear.  Why take kids to the grocery store? Some parents decide to get groceries delivered or pre-or ..read more
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Restaurant Essentials with Babies and Kids
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by Roxta Jemy
3w ago
While you don’t need anything special for Baby-led Weaning or toddler feeding, the right gear (and realistic expectations) make restaurant eating much easier. Check out our Amazon shop that includes a Restaurant Essentials section. Here are some of our favorites for eating on the go: EZPZ mini mat to cover the table Bapron Baby bib (our all-time favorite bib for 6m-3T) NumNum GOOtensil for self-feeding smoother foods like guacamole or yogurt (also doubles as a teether for babies) Gerber Graduates rounded tine fork for loading with food and promoting ..read more
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Managing Thanksgiving with New or Selective Eaters
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by Roxta Jemy
3w ago
Thanksgiving is a time to gather family and friends and share a delicious meal. You envision a table full of loved ones – or perhaps just your small family – and enjoying favorite dishes from recipes that have been passed down for generations.   Mateo, 9 months – @whitneysara08 Unfortunately, it’s not always how Thanksgiving (or other holiday dinners) work. For parents with picky eaters, Thanksgiving may be stressful as you anticipate comments what family members will say about your kid’s eating habits (and what they imply about your parenting). Perhaps you’re doing  ..read more
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Understanding Sensory Processing
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by Roxta Jemy
3w ago
Let’s talk sensory processing! This is a big topic, but we wanted to give you some basic information so that you can understand your child’s needs and development a little better.    In short, your child’s sensory system dramatically impacts how they perceive the world, how they learn, and even how they eat. When it’s functioning as expected, you may not even think about sensory processing. However, when sensory integration goes awry, it can affect many facets of your child’s life. We want to share with you some background regarding sensory integration so you can un ..read more
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Why do kids like crunchy foods?
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by Roxta Jemy
3w ago
Have you noticed that your kiddo gravitates toward crackers, veggie straws, and all foods crunchy? Why do they love these crunchy foods, and how can we use their preference for crunch to improve their eating over time?   Consider the crunch and texture of foods like croutons and cereal. What about this texture makes it irresistible? Crunchy foods – oftentimes pre-packaged foods like crackers, veggie straws, puffed snacks, cereal, pretzels – are predictable in taste and consistency. Every. Single. Bite. You know what you’re going to get when you open the package. It ..read more
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