Summer is upon us, and if you’re anything like me, you’ll be on the go with little ones in tow, to backyard play dates, zoo trips, and taking off to the mountains or the lake for family getaways. When you’re away from home, and you’ve...
Parenting is tough. It’s hard to know what to say and what not to say. When it comes to feeding kids our well-intentioned efforts often lead to verbal “encouragement” or “discouragement” based on how they are eating.
What kid doesn’t like a treat? I’m fairly confident that there is a “loves chocolate” gene, because I definitely passed it along to my kids. I have always loved chocolate.
We’ve all been there. The evening supper rush. It’s 5:00pm and you have to get your son to soccer by 5:45pm.
There’s nothing more frustrating that spending a large portion of your afternoon/evening preparing and serving a meal only to have your child say he doesn’t like it without even taking a bite. It happens to all parents, me included.
Heading back to work post-baby is an emotional and often anxiety-filled time. You have just spent the past few months establishing your breastfeeding relationship, and are now transitioning back into the work force.
INSTEAD OF STRESSING ABOUT THE CANDY OVERLOAD, USE IT AS A TEACHING TOOL FOR HEALTHY AND BALANCED EATING
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