We were recently on a family vacation. Meal times were different than normal because many different feeding techniques were present in the same house for a week. I entered the room at the same time that my mom was telling my daughter, “Take three more sips of your smoothie before you can have a granola…
Feeding Toddlers: Don’t try to please every eater with every food at every meal. Settle for providing each eater with one or two foods they generally enjoy at each meal.
The other day I posted a video of E (my 3yo) eating kale out of the garden on Facebook. This video seemed to bring up a lot of good questions about feeding toddlers. I had many good conversations over the next few days, so I thought I would continue the conversation here. I believe I’ve said this…
An Open Letter to Dr. Oz | By Hilary Kinavey | Be Nourished: “So, my belly and I are going to keep on living this one precious, uncontrollable existence I call my life. It’s a human story, replete with imperfection and some body fat. I don’t think I should be scared. I think I should count myself among the many who know that there is so much more to the story.”
AM Northwest| What is Intuitive Eating? | Jordann Kearns, Registered Dietitian & Nutrition Therapist: I had the opportunity to go back to AM Northwest this morning! The producer of the show loves the message of Intuitive Eating and invited me to come back (nearly) every month. What an honor!!
Feeding Your Family 101 | Introducing Solids & Beyond: Yesterday, fourteen Portland mamas packed a classroom to learn principles of feeding the family… everything from Baby-Led Weaning to Ellyn Satter Family Feeding Practices. We had some great discussions. I promised them I would throw some links up here on IntuitiveMamaBlog.
We have redefined “Healthy” in our household.