Snack Smart Strategies for Kids (& Adults)

Just imagine, the kids come home from school (or you from work), and raid the pantry. Before you know it, they’ve offed two bags of chips and a squeezy yogurt… What. Just. Happened? And then there’s the obligatory dinner after the afternoon snack buffet. Is anyone still even hungry? How do we get snack time…

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Self Care: The Beach Body (you already have)

My daughter was just about 10 months old when we were invited to a friend’s birthday party. It was a swim party. It was a beautiful day. Not too hot, not too cold, and the water was perfect. My husband jumped right in the water with my little one, but I hesitated. After a quick…

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What Kids Hear About Fat

This post is by Lizabeth Wesely-Casella, the founder of BingeBehavior.com, and was originally posted here.  I’ve been hearing a lot of cranky comments lately about “…it’s for their own good” and “…they need to suck it up and get a thicker skin” as it relates to the ‘right’ to comment on the size or shape of…

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Baby-Led What? Why I chose to use Baby-Led Weaning

Baby-led weaning is a process that allows your infant to lead the way while introducing solid foods. It just makes sense if you really think about it. Once upon a time, there weren’t pureed foods, mixed or sweetened foods. It seems like the human race made it just fine prior to those cute little jars.…

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