Viewing entries tagged
Kid friendly

When Toddler Nutrition Becomes Child Nutrition

Comment

When Toddler Nutrition Becomes Child Nutrition

As I have shared before, I am a mom to Anjolie who will soon be leaving toddlerhood and becoming a preschooler—yikes! I often think about how I will prepare her for this next stage. I have always tried to instill healthy habits and a positive relationship with food. So I guess the bigger question for me is, what or how do I build upon this healthy relationship and continue to implement good habits throughout her growth into a young adult?

Comment

Mythbuster: Kids don’t like healthy foods.

Comment

Mythbuster: Kids don’t like healthy foods.

Well, this is news to me. I think if you eat a great diet and give your kids what you eat, you are creating a familiarity with tasty and healthy foods. Cooking and eating good food is a party in our house, literally. The atmosphere we create around food fosters a love for healthy foods, so I know that it is possible to get kids to love good foods.

Comment

How to Survive the (Eating) Holidays

Comment

How to Survive the (Eating) Holidays

Many of us think that once the holiday season hits, there is no way we can win against an 8-week barrage of holiday feasting from Halloween until the New Year. So we resign ourselves from the start and let go of all our good habits. But don’t give up on yourself or your waistline! We can be in the spirit without packing on the pounds.

Comment

Taming the School Lunch Beast

Comment

Taming the School Lunch Beast

Back-to-school season conjures up awesome memories of my sisters and me buying our school supplies that—of course—had to be color coordinated to our folders (Trapper Keepers) and notebooks. Do kids do that anymore? Anyway, back to school also means back to structured schedules, hurried mornings, and school lunches.

Comment

Thoughts of a “Sandwich Child”

Comment

Thoughts of a “Sandwich Child”

I have three older siblings and one younger sibling, and all of us were home-schooled. My dad worked nights most of the time. My mom worked from home, on top of home-schooling each of us. Throw in all the extracurricular activities and needless to say, life was hectic. My name is Kevin Fodrey, and I was a sandwich child.

Comment