16 Game-Changing Tips For Feeding Kids

Tips for Feeding Kids

Feeding kids can be tricky business–and at times, very, very frustrating. To encourage my kids to taste new foods and eat their veggies, I try a lot of different things. Honestly, some fall totally flat. Some work for a while then fizzle out. Then there are the “a-ha” moments that change everything–and make life at the table a little bit easier.

Those are the game-changers.

My game-changer wasn’t something I started doing, it was something I stopped doing. I stopped playing the “Bites Game” at mealtime. It went a little bit like this: “Take three bites of chicken and two bites of broccoli and then you can be done”. I used to do this when my older son was little. Then one night at the start of dinner he turned to me and asked, “Mommy, how many bites do I need to take?” That’s when I realized that the Bites Game wasn’t helping him at all. It wasn’t teaching him to listen to his body, and it was adding unnecessary stress for both of us.

I figured I lots of moms must have these a-ha moments—especially ones who specialize in the art and science of feeding kids. So I reached out to some of my favorite bloggers and experts on feeding kids for their number one game-changing tip. Then I compiled them all (including my own game-changer) in this free PDF.

Get a copy of the free PDF, “16 Game-Changing Tips for Feeding Kids”.

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