I’ve thought long and hard about what my 3 year old’s love language might be. And I realized that there is one thing he loves no matter what sort of mood he might be in — carbs. Maybe you can relate?! Most toddlers I know are total carboholics. And that’s Read more…
This question brings a lot of visitors to my blog, so today I’m answering, is collagen safe for toddlers?
One of my very first blog posts was on collagen peptides/collagen powder (both terms can be used, it’s the same thing) and it is a must-read if you want the real low-down on collagen.
In this post you’ll learn whether collagen is safe for toddlers and young children, whether it is recommended, and what considerations you should make when deciding whether to serve it to your kids. (more…)
How do you react when your toddler wants more food during a meal or snack?
I know my gut reaction is always a grunt or a sigh (usually not out loud, ha!) because #1, I probably JUST sat down, and the one thing he’s asking for is back in the fridge, or #2, I was secretly hoping he would simply devour all his veggies and say “wow mom, what a delicious and nutritious meal.” (A girl can dream, right?)
So what’s a mom or dad to do when there’s still plenty of other food on the plate, but the wee dictator demands more of something? (more…)
These breakfast menu cards for toddlers and preschoolers totally changed our morning routine- for the better! Download your printable for free here.
Mornings are the most rushed part of the day in our house…is it that way for you too? Getting everyone out of bed, dressed, fed, and out the door on time makes me feel like a superhero. Well, I feel like a superhero after everyone is strapped down into their car seats. That’s when I breathe for the first time since hopping out of bed. During the morning routine, I feel like my three year old is the boss, and I’m just trying to find ways to convince him to put his pants on without losing my temper.
Breakfast can feel chaotic too. We usually deal with one of these scenarios: (more…)