The Effects of Shaming Your Child’s Eating

  January 9, 2017

The Effects of Shaming Your Child’s Eating Most parents don’t set out to intentionally shame their child or their eating, but it happens more often than you think. The shame is used most often in an attempt to change the outcome of what or how much your children will eat. However, the negative comments are … Continued

3 Steps to Help Your Children Enjoy Eating!

  October 24, 2016

  You are probably thinking,  “What in the world does sheep have to do with the steps to helping your children enjoy eating, right?” Well, it’s interesting. Every day I walk. It’s a time I spend on me to reflect and regroup. There are these beautiful reserves near my home where I get lost in the beauty. … Continued

The Picky Eater: Putting Yourself in Their Shoes

  September 23, 2016

When my clients hear we are going to start with trying to work on making meal time more positive, I often get these confused stares. One family in particular asked, “Okay, what does being more positive have to do with him eating better?” It’s a common theme, especially when parent can’t seem to put themselves … Continued

Tips You Need to Know to Actually Feed your Very Stubborn and Picky Child

  August 13, 2016

Feeding a strong willed child isn’t always the easiest task for us parents. I can set up the scene. You plan out a balanced meal for the family. However, he will only eat certain foods, and it is very obvious he is just picky. You’re so frustrated because his diet consists of waffles, puffs, crackers, … Continued

How to Get Your Whole Family Eating One Meal

  August 3, 2016

“One meal…I would love that!” says every parent.  I haven’t had a parent yet come into my office and not look relieved when I tell them the first thing we need to work on is serving the same meal for everyone. Every parent dreams of the day you cook one meal for your family and … Continued

6 Tips to Support the Picky Eater

  December 5, 2013

I was fortunate to grow up a “good” eater. I remember only disliking a few foods, specifically, I remember choking down liver. My mom still swears to this day that she didn’t serve us liver. Yes, that is because she called it london broil and  I grew up thinking I didn’t like london broil. On … Continued