As much as we may hate to admit it, kids actually do better with structure.Read More
You should first know that you’re doing a good job. Feeding our children well and nurturing healthy eaters is a big responsibility, and it’s easy to be hard on ourselves.Read More
A mother’s feeding style involves both her attitude toward feeding interactions and the feeding practices she may display toward her child, beginning from infancy.Read More
If you’re looking for a healthy, filling and fun snack to enjoy with your kids this Summer, try this yummy popsicle recipe - guaranteed to please the whole family, even your pickiest eaters.Read More
There are many ways we create a safe, nurturing environment for our children that supports them in having a healthy relationship with food and their bodies.Read More
Are you a breastfeeding mama that has experienced a sudden drop in your milk supply? Here are some ways to increase breast milk production.Read More
These kid-friendly recipes are meant to help inspire you in your kitchen and give you some fresh ideas for serving vegetables to your kiddos.
Our children all too easily become objectified, their weight and body size scrutinized, and at the end of the day, mom guilt creeps over like a thick blanket of fog, blocking your way.Read More
Here are some of my favorite ways to make healthy sandwiches that take your traditional PB and J’s and ham and cheese sandwiches up a couple notches.Read More
All mothers deserve access to safe, non discriminatory health care to ensure that they are getting the care and attention they need without fear or shame about their body size.
While breastfeeding may not have worked out the way you wanted it to, that doesn’t make you any less of a mother.Read More
For many kids, vegetables can be hard to eat, so putting a twist on a typical salad can make it more enjoyable and fun to eat - for you and your kiddos!
Trying to get kids to eat, whether in a positive or negative way, has been shown to actually cause a child to dislike the foods they’ve been forced to eat.Read More
If you are a mama in recovery and going through pregnancy or postpartum, be aware of the potential triggers you might encounter on your journey.Read More
Do vegetables feel like a source of conflict at the dinner table for you and your children? Check out these tips for helping kids like vegetables.
Respecting your body by honoring your signs of hunger and fullness is necessary for nurturing a healthy relationship with food.Read More
What can you do when it comes to kids and sweets? Hint: It doesn’t involve banning sweets from your house forever or preventing your child from accessing them.Read More
Here are 3 things I have focused on to encourage my children to nurture a peaceful relationship with food and their own bodies.Read More
Sweet mama - wherever this finds you today, in all your brokenness and overwhelm, know that you are not alone.Read More
Are you tired of the weighing, the tracking, the lists of foods you shouldn’t or should be eating? You can leave all that behind by saying goodbye to dieting forever.Read More