If you have been a part of my blog community for any amount of time you know that I am always trying to sneak vegetables in my children's diet. This recipe is no different. My toddler loves chicken nuggets (who doesn't), so I wanted to create a recipe I felt good about giving to him. That is how these vegetable chicken nuggets were born.Read More
Are you overwhelmed at the idea of cooking for your family on your weekend away for Fourth of July? So overwhelmed that you have decided to just throw eating healthy out the door? Wait, let me help! You can do it and actually enjoy your time away.Read More
Researchers estimate that up to 15 million Americans have food allergies, including 5.9 million children under the age of 18. That is 1 in 13 children, or roughly two in every classroom. About 30 percent of children with food allergies are allergic to more than one food.Read More
Let’s just start with the big one. Your kid is a picky eater, and it is all based on behaviour. You are going about your business raising this little human, and then all the sudden they start exercising their independence. Before you know it, you are making multiple dinners just to avoid a total meltdown around mealtime. It happened... you are here. Let’s not worry about how you got here, let’s just move forward to solve this problem.Read More
As we enter into the “everyone gets sick season” there are tangible things I know I can do to make sure my kiddo doesn’t get sick. Who really likes taking care of a sick kid? Basically your immune system functions in two ways.Read More
Okay so what is a pitfall really… it is a trap that if we aren’t careful you just might fall for. This is even easier to do in the world of busy playdates, two under two, and tantrums in the grocery store. I wanted to pull together a short list of things for you to look out for when you are shopping for your little one at the grocery store.Read More
From the age of 6 months to about 2 years old your child has very specific nutrient needs. This is the most significant stage of growth in their life. They will literally double in size. For the first six months breastmilk is covering all the bases for you. That is, if you are following a whole food nutrient rich diet.