The 5 Basic Rules to a Healthy Family Meal!

  November 4, 2013

Raising a healthy family has become such a priority today in so many families. We see weight being addressed in studies trying to figure out the obesity epidemic and why it is so prevalent in the United States. Even our First Lady, Michelle Obama, has a campagin to help families learn to move together and … Continued

The 5 Foods to Always Serve on the Table!

  October 14, 2013

Over the past year, I have taken great pride in putting meals on the table and watching my little one develop into a competent eater. Supporting a competent eater for me has consisted of planning balanced meals and giving a consistent feeding message. I know first hand that it’s not always easy…and this is coming … Continued

6 Steps to Getting Dinner on the Table!

  October 10, 2013

Life has been so busy for me over the last several months. Between raising a one year old, starting my business, and training for a 5 mile run it has left me with a limited amount of time. Some nights I’m so exhausted it takes everything I have to finish what has to get done. … Continued

Rewards With Food

  September 9, 2013

This weekend I had an awesome opportunity to catch up with some old friends. Of course part, okay, maybe most of our catching up included talking about our children. One topic that always surrounds me and I’m guessing because I love to talk about it is nutrition and feeding our children. The one common denominator … Continued

The Benefits of Cow’s Milk with Fat!

  August 29, 2013

On Facebook yesterday I had an overwhelming response from all of you who drink either skim milk or almond milk when asked what kind of milk you drank. The overwhelming response led me to write this blog post today. Unfortunately, we are programed to believe low-fat is better, but I’m writing this article to tell … Continued

Division of Responsibility of Feeding Your Children

  August 20, 2013

 Division of Responsibility of Feeding* The Division of Responsibility of Feeding is the tool needed to follow the Trust Model. As a parent it is your job to decide What, When and Where to feed. It is the child’s job to decide How Much and Whether to eat it (Satter, 2000). When the line is … Continued