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When You’re Not the Only One Feeding Your Child (New Kveller Blog)

When You’re Not the Only One Feeding Your Child (New Kveller Blog)

Food, Published articles and recipes, Washington Jewish Week

We all have plans for how our children will eat. The other parents will drool with jealousy over the varied and sophisticated palate of our little ones. They’ll run around the playground clutching carrot and celery sticks and turn their nose up at white bread. This works for a while, until your child leaves the house. Then it’s all over.

Click on the popsicle below to read the rest…

Actually, when I saw the popsicle picture that Kveller used with the article, it reminded me of this August 2011 Column, when “Slash” was offered popsicles at 4 houses in a row. After 2, I cut her off!

About the author

I make fruits and vegetables come alive for kids and families; You can build a foundation of lifelong healthy habits and attitudes through my Fruit Funshops, Mama's Nights Out, Blog, and Books: The Healthy Mama’s Guide to feeding your family well – Simply and Sanely and its companion cookbook.