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Picky kids

Feeding picky babies, picky toddlers, picky preschoolers? We’ve got lots of ideas!

Activity #208: Share lunch

December 1, 2009

Today’s activity: make something for lunch you and the babe can both eat – baked or microwaved sweet potato and cottage cheese with fruit. Less trips to the fridge and sink, right? Related: What to feed a picky toddler, Fix a toddler snack [Photo credit: chelseab]

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How to pack a kickass preschool lunchbox

September 29, 2009

We’re a few weeks into the new preschool year. For me and the boys, it’s the third year at the same place. All the same rules and several familiar faces make it easier for us to get back in the swing of things. With the exception of drop-offs that seem to last for an hour, […]

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Feeding picky babies, picky toddlers, picky preschoolers? We’ve got lots of ideas!

Eggs, a dozen things to love

April 18, 2009

There are many areas in which Whitney and I agree… this site is mostly a fabulous collaborative effort of mutuality. Should moms have more fun with their babies? Yes! Should moms get nights off from their babies on a regular basis? Hell yeah! And on and on. But there are areas in which we disagree: […]

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Start a baby food swapping co-op

November 6, 2008

With our rookie babies, we made lots and lots of good fresh pureed baby food. Inspired by Super Baby Food I started with simple blended pear and eased into whipped avocado, but eventually I had vats of different combos going and I would puree for my mini-eater and save the chunky stuff for older Julian. […]

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Feeding picky babies, picky toddlers, picky preschoolers? We’ve got lots of ideas!

Fix a toddler snack

September 7, 2007

For those who have kids who eat real food, I wanted to share this web site: SnacksForToddlers.com. For those who have a newborn in the house, you might find it convenient to go back to some basics for snacking. Cheese sticks, apple slices, dried fruit. These are all easy to put into ziploc bags in […]

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