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How to Teach Your Baby or Toddler to Eat Table Foods

 

It’s alarming when your baby refuses or has trouble chewing their food. They may spit it out, gag, or refuse to even try. You need a plan! How about 10 simple steps to teach your baby how to eat table foods.

Table Food Trouble

We take it for granted but eating is a skill and some babies and toddlers need help learning to eat and enjoy table foods. 

Some babies, 1 and 2 year olds don’t want to eat. They might gag or spit out food. From difficulty transitioning to table foods to toddler food aversions we’ve got you covered. 

If your baby or toddler is struggling with table foods this collection of articles from a pediatric occupational therapist are a great start to learning how to eat with current best practices based on research and clinical experience. 

 

How to Wean Your Child From Tube Feedings to Eating By Mouth

Does your child have an ng-tube or g-tube so that they can get the calories and nutrients they need? Kids that have a feeding tube can learn to eat and chew! Get the step-by-step how-to instructions for weaning from tube feedings. Affiliate links used below.   Some children need a feeding tube to eat because they aren’t able to eat or manage their food safely. Or, in some cases, their picky eating becomes very severe. If a child absolutely refuses to...

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Natural Weight Gain Smoothie Recipe for Kids

Worried about your child’s weight? Try this easy and healthy high calorie weight gain smoothie recipe that’s specifically designed in kids. No fake ingredients, and tips to get picky eaters gobbling it up! Affiliate links used below.    There are two big worries parents often have when they’ve got a kid that’s a picky eater… One, are they getting all the nutrients they need? Two, are they getting enough calories to...

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9 Tricks for Kids That Hate Brushing Their Teeth

I hear from parents all the time, “Help, my child won’t brush her teeth!”  Discover why and get 9 powerful tips to help your child move past the refusals, battles, and tantrums quick. Affiliate links used below.  It’s a non-negotiable. It doesn’t matter how much your kid doesn’t like it. They’ve got to do it. Or, they’ll end up with dirty teeth filled with cavities in no time flat. You know that, and so you...

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Must-Know Pros & Cons of Using Baby Food Pouches

As a parent, you have to weigh out baby food pouches vs. jars when it’s time to feed your baby or toddler, but there’s some pros and cons to both that you’ve got to be aware of first!     Her text read: Is it okay for Marin to eat baby food pouches? She eats them a lot! My dear friend was asking about her 8 month old, first-born daughter. I smiled to myself as I typed in my answer, because there was a lot I had to say as a feeding...

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How to Believe in Yourself When You’re Tired, Stressed, and Overwhelmed With a Picky Eater

As parents, we often feel totally wiped out and pushed past our limit. How can we help our picky eater when we feel like that? Let me show you how to start believing you can help them learn to eat new foods…     Have you realized that getting a picky eater to eat a new food requires effort from us, the parents? Once we realize the picky eating isn’t going away, we all tend to go though a phase of wishing we had a magic wand or secret trick so...

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How to Teach Your Baby or Toddler to Chew So They Can Eat Safely

Learn how to teach your baby to chew with these 5 surprising tips! I’m also talking about chewing problems in toddlers…   It’s one of those things we take for granted or don’t think about much. We assume our babies will know how to chew when it comes time to feed them. And, while that’s certainly the case for a lot of babies, it isn’t for all. Some babies seem to have no interest or can’t figure out what they...

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How to Resolve a Parenting Disagreement So Your Child Gets the Help They Need

Frustrated and feel like you’ll never get your spouse on board with how you want to parent your child or address problems they’re facing? Learn 3 simple ways to end the fighting and finally get on the same page.       At one time or another, most kids face some sort of challenge in their development, and as the child’s parent, you’ve got to make a decision about how you’re going to handle. It comes down to a parenting...

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Why Your Baby Should Be Putting Toys in Their Mouth

It’s critical that babies go through months of exploring toys and teethers with their mouths. Learn why and how, how to help them if they’re not, and what the consequence could be if they don’t learn how.    Is it weird that my baby won’t put toys in their mouth? It’s a question I’ve been asked many times, and as odd it may seem to you, it doesn’t at all seem too odd to me. And, if you’ve noticed, give...

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Does Your Baby or Toddler Keep Spitting Out Their Food? Try This…

Your baby isn’t spitting out food to make you crazy, it’s happening for a reason. Learn why and how to help them learn to keep it in their mouth!     At first it seemed normal, they’re learning to eat after all. The little puff, green bean, or cheese just slipped out of their mouth over and over again. At first, you were patient because they never ate anything before and obviously they were trying. But, as days and weeks went on, and...

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Why Getting Sick Can Snowball Into Picky Eating

When a child goes through a significant illness, there can be an unforeseen side effect that can last for years. Learn why this happens and how to prevent it with your child.     Eating wasn’t going great to begin with, but I was hopeful. He was only 8 months old after all, as an occupational therapist, I knew he had time. And then he got sick, really sick. Like go to the emergency room because he couldn’t stop throwing up sick. It took...

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