We learn from mistakes, right? I am about to share 3 things I wish I did differently with my kiddos and hope you can learn from them too. 👀 Firs thing is first – IF YOU ARE FEEDING your kids, you are doing it RIGHT. However, there is always room for growth, right? Here is […]
Author Archives: Lindsay Stuck
Getting your partner on board!
A lot of you voice to me that you struggle implementing some of the things I recommend because your partner or spouse can come in at the last minute – and it seems like – undo everything you just set up. 🤯 The reason I can paint this picture so well is because it’s happened in […]
When To Worry 😟
Often I hear mom’s say, “My child won’t eat ANYTHING.” As a practitioner when I hear this I have to assume that if they are eating absolutely nothing – no food is passing through their body – there is room to be concerned. Call your child’s pediatrician immediately! Now that that is out of the […]
When to say, “NO!”
I feeeeel you, mama! Sometimes you just want to say “no!” I am a big advocate and talk a lot around here about saying yes. “Yes!” to having some more broccoli, “yes!” to more chicken, and even “yes!” to more dessert. But the question is when do we say no? At what point do they […]
Is Your Baby Ready for a Meal and Snack Schedule?
Is your baby interesting in solid food? Ready to start trying to have more consistent meal times? The number one tip I have for you is to feed responsively. This means paying attention to your little ones cues of when they are still hungry, when they want more food, and when they have decided that […]