I love an easy instant pot meal. Take a look at my instant pot mashed potatoes and cauliflower for an easy weeknight dinner. Craving soup? This recipe can also be made into a soup for a warm lunch or dinner. I love versatile recipes!Read More
We often talk about a bedtime routine, or a routine prior to getting out the door in the morning. Our little ones need that structure when they know what is to come and get used to the routine.
A common hurdle I hear from families in my practice is that their children have a hard time transitioning to the table, most commonly at dinnertime. When dinner rolls around, it has been a long day (usually for everyone in the family) and getting little ones to sit at the table can be a challenge. Enter the pre-meal routine. Take a look at my 4 step plan which is sure to help make getting to the table a little less painful for everyone. I find preparing for the meal is often overlooked!Read More
How does your family do breakfast? A common pain point I find with clients is that their child seems to eat the same food over and over again for breakfast, the child becomes tired of said food and stops eating that food completely - leaving parents unsure of what to serve. Many times, we think about variety in lunches and dinners, but we fall short in making sure we are providing variety with breakfast. Here I post 8 breakfast ideas - very easy, full of nutrition, and provide variety throughout the week.Read More