My content is focused on all ages and stages as well as some key topics.
Feeding Infants (0-2)
Get the latest news on when to introduce solids and how to do it so baby grows to be healthy. Also, you’ll learn about responsive parenting and how that’s the key to getting baby off to the right start. Go here to see posts related to infant feeding.
Toddler and Preschool (2-5)
There are lots of bumps in the road at toddlerhood. Go here to get the latest on how to manage your child both with feeding and parenting.
This is a time picky eating typically starts. Don’t miss my picking eating series, to help you get a strategy so you can have peace at the table and raise a child with a healthy relationship with food!
School Age (6 plus)
Once kids enter school they start exploring the outside world of food. Posts in this section deal with the typical challenges family’s face.
Don’t miss my moderation and mindful-eating series to help you teach kids moderation (yes, there is a way to teach self-control). And when your child starts puberty, be sure to find out all you need to know in my puberty and growth series.
Midlife Health and Nutrition
Most of us parents are marching to midlife (or are already there). This is a topic I’m currently exploring — how to maximize health and nutrition at this key developmental stage. There will be posts about how the body changes and what you can do. Lumped in here are posts for adults/parents (because our health matters too).
Meal Planning, Food, and Recipes
Day after day we have to get meals on the table. Not only do I regularly post my dinner rotations, but I’m always looking for ways to streamline. A few years back I revamped my whole system with my 30 meals in 30 days challenge and developed a series (and book) to help you do the same.
Check out these key categories:
- Example rotations and meal plans
- Ideas on food and cooking
- Family style recipes
- “How-to” meal plan posts
I help keep my readers up-to-date on important nutrition topics affecting them. My posts are always well-researched and practical to follow. Go here to learn more about nutrition and your family.