toddler drinking a green smoothie

Veggies for Kids: Spinach Recipes and Tips

When I talk to parents, they often ask, “how do I get my children to eat vegetables?” This is why we are challenging families to…

Snacktivities: Fan Favorites

Who says eating healthy can’t be fun? Making easy snacks is a great way to instill healthy habits in your child while building skills in…
Child's legs hanging from the toilet while potty training

6 Potty Training Tips from Parents and Experts

Potty training: a rite of passage for toddlers and parents. But how do you know when it’s time to take on this new challenge? Or…
Snacktivity: Banana Cake Pops

Snacktivity: Banana Cake Pops

Your kids will love this healthy take on a trendy treat! This simple recipe makes for the perfect healthy snack or dessert when dipped in chocolate and covered with toppings.
Snacktivity: Fruit Overnight Oats

Snacktivity: Fruit Overnight Oats

Morning routines can sometimes be a challenge, but breakfast doesn’t have to be! Try this easy and sure-to-please overnight oatmeal recipe you can prepare for…
Toddler eating broccoli

Veggies for Kids: Broccoli Recipes and Tips

Vegetables – the one food group that can cause more people to cringe than any other. But why? Is it the because they’re often expensive? Take too long to cook? Or people don’t know how to prepare them in a tasty manner?
baby girl eating solid food on high chair

How to Transition from Baby Food to Solids

Introducing “real” food to your baby can be an exciting – but also nerve-wracking – time for parents. How do you know if your child…
Toddler having a tantrum while being held by dad

Surviving Toddler Tantrums

There’s a reason for the phrase the terrible twos. We’ve all seen a toddler meltdown happen –  in the checkout line, at the dinner table…
Mom comforts her baby who has an ear infection.

My Child Has an Ear Infection. Now What?

If your child has an ear infection, you’re not alone! Ear infections are the most common diagnosis made during children’s visits to the doctor. While these infections can and do occur at any age (adults included), they’re most common during the first two to four years of life.
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