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100+ Awesome and Easy Sensory Diet Activities

100+ Awesome and Easy Sensory Diet Activities

This is the ultimate list of sensory diet activities for kids created by an OT/Mom. Many ideas can be done with common household items and are easy to use and put into your routine! I’ve been wanting to write this post for a while now, its a big one, filled to the...

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What is a Sensory Diet? Should Your Child Have One?

What is a Sensory Diet? Should Your Child Have One?

If you suspect underlying (or obvious) sensory issues in your child or toddler, then it won’t be long before you hear or come across the idea of a sensory diet.  As an OT, it’s a term I’ve used a lot, and is part of my regular vocabulary, but I think...

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Immune Booster Carrot Cake Smoothie for Kids

Immune Booster Carrot Cake Smoothie for Kids

This is a sponsored post, all opinions are my own. It’s that time of year again… cold and flu season. Boooooo! But, honestly, it seems like its always cold and flu season around my house.  Between my three kids someone always seems to be sick and spreading...

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Does Your Child Need Vitamins?

Does Your Child Need Vitamins?

Do you ever wonder if your child needs a vitamin, especially if they are a picky eater? It’s a common question and a legitimate concern for sure.  To be honest, it’s one I’ve wondered myself. That’s why I turned to the amazing Sarah Remmer, a...

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How Working Moms Can Easily and Quickly Cook Dinner

How Working Moms Can Easily and Quickly Cook Dinner

This is a sponsored post and contains affiliate links.   Lately, there’s a question I’ve been getting a lot: “How can I cook dinner for my family when I work and I’ve just picked up the kids from daycare?  We walk in the door, and...

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How to Choose the “Right” Sensory Toy for Your Child

How to Choose the “Right” Sensory Toy for Your Child

This is a sponsored post that contains affiliate links. All opinions are my own. If your child has some sensory processing needs than you have likely at least considered getting them a sensory toy, but the premise of choosing the “right” one for your child...

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The Ultimate Sensory Stocking Stuffer Gift Guide

The Ultimate Sensory Stocking Stuffer Gift Guide

This post contains affiliates links and sponsored links. All opinions are my own. With the holiday’s right around the corner, I wanted to share some of my favorite “little” sensory toys that I love as an Occupational Therapist and mom.  Everything on...

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Mega List of Vegetable Recipes for Kids

Mega List of Vegetable Recipes for Kids

Ugh, vegetables, aren’t they the thorn in most parents side?  I know very few parents that are happy with the amount of veggies their kids eat, and the parents of picky eaters are often down right concerned about it.  If you’re new here, you may not know...

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8 Steps to Keep Your Child Seated for Meals

8 Steps to Keep Your Child Seated for Meals

This post contains affiliate links. Do you have a kiddo that flees the table a few minutes into the meal or is so fidgety while sitting at the table they can barely eat? I’m sure you do if you’ve found your way here!  It’s a question that comes up...

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You gave me the confidence and renewed determination to take this on and make a new start. It has not been without its set backs and challenges. I sense that this, like most goals with children, will not just be linear movement forward. However, the last two days she ate all three meals at the table. She is eating more volume wise, and is even eating some things she was not before.  I am working hard to be consistent and not to move forward too quickly. I am very encouraged at her progress and that helps keep my commitment level high… It is working!!!!! You are awesome!!!! We are VERY happy parents!!!

Jamie

I found Your Kid’s Table blog about 1.5-2 months ago, and it has been a savior. I loved the strategies, and immediately jumped in…  I prepared a variety of foods, made sure one or two of them were something that my daughter would definitely eat, put the plate in front of my child at dinner time – AND LEFT HER ALONE! And I never looked back. Now, I won’t say that my daughter just started eating everything she didn’t eat, but the tremendous, relentless stress that used to be our “dinnertime” fell off like a weight of world off my shoulders. My husband says he got his wife back, and I started seeing my precious child smile and laugh and be goofy more often than ever. And for that alone – I am eternally thankful to you, dear Alisha. Thank you for your website and all the advice – they were the most helpful resources I’ve ever come across.

Tatsiana

My son had a very limited diet, most of the time only eating bread products. He was very resistant to trying anything different. Alisha was the only person to offer me concrete suggestions that actually helped. No one provided me the tips, advice, videos, and examples the way she did. My son made more progress in 2 months after following her advice than he did in two years working on my own. For the first time in two years, our whole family is enjoying all of the same dishes. My stress level during meal times has dissipated completely. If you’re challenged by your child’s eating habits, don’t hesitate to contact her!

 

Joleen

We've Saved You a Seat

We've Saved You a Seat

We've Saved You a Seat

We've Saved You a Seat