Have you ever wondered…
- When should kids start using sippy cups?
- When should they stop?
- Should they even use sippy cups at all?
Who ever thought it would be good to tell your child to actually play with their food? But kids are curious, and a fun way to let them explore is by playing with food! But this isn’t just for fun. Playing with food can actually help your child develop their senses. Try these ideas to explore and develop the senses while playing with food. Continue reading Playing With Your Food… and Senses
Ever wondered how moms really get their kids to eat their veggies? We asked several moms what they do to make sure veggies are a part of their kids’ diets every day. We hope you’ll try some of these real life solutions during your next meal or snack time! Continue reading Real Ways Moms Get Kids to Eat Their Veggies
There’s nothing quite like sharing a meal as a family. In today’s busy world of schoolwork, soccer practice, and music lessons it can be tempting to let family meals slide. Continue reading Why Family Meals Matter
Tongue tie, also called ankyloglossia, is when the tissue attached to the underside of the tongue and the base of the mouth is very tight, thick, or extends particularly far forward in the mouth. The tongue cannot move freely.
Continue reading What is Tongue Tie?
It seems like we hear about a new food allergy or food intolerance every day. Nut allergies and other serious allergic conditions were once rare and infrequently diagnosed.
Continue reading Has There Been a Rise in Food Allergies?
When dealing with the combination of feeding problems, food allergies, and picky eaters, it can be tough to get kids to eat anything at all, and you might often wonder how to get kids to eat vegetables. However, research suggests dietary habits are established as early as infancy. Continue reading How to Help Turn Your Picky Eaters Into Veggie Lovers
A toddler’s food preferences can be very unpredictable and many go through a picky eating phase.
Should you have any concerns about your child’s eating habits contact your healthcare provider.
Continue reading Picky Eaters vs. Problem Feeders
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends starting babies on solid food around 6 months old. Continue reading When to Start Baby on Solid Foods