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FAQ: Please help! My toddler only eats cereal or yoghurt for dinner.

By: | 0 Comments | On: March 9, 2015 | Category : Blog, Fussy Eaters, Tips & Tricks

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Do you have a baby or toddler who will only eat one or two things for dinner each night and refuses everything else?  Sometimes, the answer to your problem is over a coffee with a friend, posting the question in an online mother’s group, or secret forum. A fellow mummy with...
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100+ Baby Led Weaning and Finger Food Recipes

By: | 1 Comment | On: March 8, 2015 | Category : Fussy Eaters, Nutrition

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Firstly, lets get all the names out of the way: Baby Led Weaning (BLW). Finger Foods. Family Foods. How we fed kids in ‘our day’. Non-spoon fed meals. Insert other new and possibly confusing name [here]. Stuff that is picked up by cute chubby hands belonging to a baby or...
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Food Sorting Shapes

By: | 0 Comments | On: February 25, 2015 | Category : Blog, Fussy Eaters, Tips & Tricks, Tips from Mums

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Food Sorting Shapes – A Fun Food Activity For Kids Playing with food is something many parents discourage however kids love to do this as their way of learning about food and how to eat. Using food as sorting shapes gives all kids the opportunity to have fun with food,...
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Benefits of Homemade

By: | 0 Comments | On: February 11, 2015 | Category : Blog, Food Preparation, Fussy Eaters, Nutrition, Solids

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Benefits of Homemade Whether its for your baby, your toddler or your whole family, shifting back to a more natural way of eating, more home cooking and less buying of commercial foods has benefits that far out weigh the convenience of prepackaged foods. Our modern day lifestyles are extremely busy...
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How to Offer Healthy Snacks to Kids

By: | 0 Comments | On: February 2, 2015 | Category : Blog, Fussy Eaters, Solids

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How to Offer Healthy Snacks to Kids Snack times are essential to keeping our little ones well fueled during the day. Eating up to 5-6 times per day is very normal for active and growing little toddlers. It keeps their tummy satisfied, their mood happy and their concentration and energy...
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