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The Curse of the Nutritionist's Child (Part 2)

It’s so hard to explain to people that every bite Elodie takes is some kind of magical bliss for me. When I explain that Elodie didn’t eat, they assume I mean that she was fussy. 1,091 more words


Toddler trials and tribulations and avoiding them at mealtimes

My two year old is very wilful which I love. Why would I ever want her to be a compliant follower? I want her to be fierce and strong and kind too. 1,213 more words


Finding Hope for Extreme Picky (Selective) Eating

Most (if not all) kids are picky to some degree, so much so, it is probably less typical to love all the foods, and more likely kids will be at least a little disappointed by whatever happens to be for dinner. 3,156 more words

Mealtime Hostage

Before and after

I’ve been neglecting my blog a little in the past week or so. It has been a manic few days at work coupled with terrible sleep-lacking nights. 66 more words

Baby & Me

Picky Eaters

For many parents, finding the right foods their children will eat comes with a set of challenges. These challenges can most often be attributed to behaviors that we call picky eating behaviors, leading to picky eaters. 1,603 more words


The Sunday Post

I thought about writing a post yesterday. I thought about the various titles I could have given the post, but didn’t get much further than that. 453 more words

Family Life

New Intensive Feeding Program at Children's

Dr. Michelle Mastin is a clinical psychologist and head of the new Intensive Feeding Program at Children’s of Alabama.

A new Intensive Feeding Program at Children’s of Alabama helps infants, toddlers and adolescents overcome problems feeding and drinking often associated with developmental delays or serious illness. 585 more words