Monthly Archives: August 2014

Feeding. It’s not just about the child.

Feeding is complex. People take it for granted, and also have a lack of appreciation for the stress that comes with a child who isn’t thriving due to feeding difficulties. Even if a child ‘meets the numbers’ of weight gain, … Continue reading

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The Lazy (or wannabe) Food Snob

Even though almost anyone new that I meet assumes that I have a background in nutrition, sadly, I do not. I support families who are struggling to get their kiddos to eat. I help them figure out what the obstacles … Continue reading

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Failure to Thrive

Failure to thrive. Think about that. Think about how those three words impact a parent. My child is not thriving. This is a term used to illustrate a lack of expected weight gain, and can be linked to many diagnoses. … Continue reading

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Living the good life. Or, just living.

This post isn’t about stay at home versus working moms. It’s not about having money versus living paycheck to paycheck. It’s also not about whether you enjoy the finer things in life or appreciate the simple pleasures of life. It’s … Continue reading

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It won’t be like this for long

Our daughter has always been a …challenge, shall we say, at bed time. From infancy, she’s needed help falling and staying asleep. She is four, and still sometimes wakes up in the middle of the night. It can be quite … Continue reading

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