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Mega List of Toddler Meal Ideas

 

Tons of Inspiration

Your toddler is now eating real food and you need ideas to get food in their belly that quick, nutritous, and safe!  Grab this list to make getting breakfast, lunch, and dinner on the table fast and easy.

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Get The Types of Foods That Picky Eaters Actually Eat!

 

End Stressful Mealtimes

You’re kinda worried about your picky eater’s nutrition, not to mention the struggle trying to prepare a family meal that everyone will actually eat! And, you need some insider tricks and tips for foods that picky eaters won’t turn their nose up at.

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Are There Sensory Red Flags You Could Be Missing?

 

Sensory Needs in Kids

 

It’s so frustrating that your child always tantrums, seems edgy, or doesn’t listen. Or, maybe they have some weird quirks and habits that you don’t get? But, you can’t shake the feeling that something deeper is going on. It could be related to their sensory processing!

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How to Teach Your Baby or Toddler to Eat Table Foods

 

Chew like a champ

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 the way to eat their food.

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Mega List of Toddler Meal Ideas

 

Tons of Inspirations

 

Your toddler is now eating real food and you need ideas to get food in their belly that quick, nutritous, and safe!  Grab this list to make getting breakfast, lunch, and dinner on the table fast and easy.

Click below to snag the Toddler Meal Idea Mega List

How to Decrease Screen Time for Kids in 3 Easy Steps

How much is too much screen time for kids? And, how the heck do you actually get them to cut back on that much loved screen time? Find out how by using 3 simple steps you can literally do today!   Smart phones, tablets, TV’s, and computers surround most of our lives.  And, our kids’ lives.  Having your kid watch a screen or play with an app while you get dinner ready or take that important phone call can be a lifesaver, but even from a...

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Visual Perceptual Activities: 4 Ways to Boost Your Kids’ Development

Visual perceptual activities are an essential part of development and learning. Kids use visual perceptual skills every day during daily routines. These skills are building blocks for the brain!      Have you heard of visual perceptual skills? They’re a critical part of every child’s development, but it’s another one of those areas that just isn’t talked about much with parents. When a child has visual perceptual difficulties, they may struggle...

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Teaching Belly Breathing to Kids So They Can Calm Down

Learn how to easily teach belly breathing to kids from ages 2 through teens. Belly or diaphragmatic breathing has been proven to reduce stress, overwhelm, and anxiety!      Just take a deep breath. Have you ever said that to your child? Maybe when they’re running wild? Or, when they’re so worried they look like they’re about to have a panic attack? Or, when they’re angry, and their behavior is spinning out of...

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3 Rumors About Kids With Sensory Issues That Aren’t True!

I’m revealing the truth about these common, but dangerous, rumors parents are often told about their kids with sensory issues. Learn more so you can help your child overcome sensory issues.    It’s a shame that something as common as sensory issues is, at best, misunderstood and, at worst, totally unknown to many parents and professionals that work with kids. There are so many rumors, myths, and straight up lies about kids that have sensory...

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Interoception: The Secret Sense That Controls Appetite, Toileting, and Emotions

Finally understand why your child has trouble with appetite, eating too much, toileting, or big emotions. It’s all related to interoception, and I’m teaching you 3 ways to help your child that struggle in these areas.     Not only was her daughter a picky eater. She never seemed hungry. It was like she had no appetite at all and could go for hours on end without eating a thing… Their son was a bright boy, but he could not get the...

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7 Unseen Struggles Kids Have in the Classroom That Make Them Look Like a Bad Student

Kids can easily fly under the radar with all sorts of hidden struggles they face in the classroom. Learn 7 often unseen ways your child might struggle in the classroom and how you can help them work through it!   Does your kid seem uninterested in school? Or, maybe they dread it?  Do you get bad reports on their behavior and school work from the teacher on the daily?  Or, maybe since online learning you’ve noticed that your child doesn’t...

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The Link Between Autism and Sensory “Issues”: What Every Parent Needs to Know

As a pediatric OT, I’m always surprised at how many parents of kids with Autism (ASD) haven’t been told about the big link to sensory processing. Read on to learn about this important connection…   You’ve probably heard the staggering statistic that 1 in every 59 children have Autism. That’s a lot of kids. As an occupational therapist, I’ve stood next to dozens of families, including my own sister, as they tried to make...

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The Hidden Reason Your Kid Is Lethargic, Unmotivated, and Spaced-Out all the Time!

Kids that are tired all the time, zoned out, or simply not interested in participating in many activities can get labeled as lazy, but there could be a powerful explanation to this behavior: sensory low registration. Learn what it is, how to know if your child has it, and what to do about it.     He’s slumped in his chair, half folded all over his desk. His head is resting on his arm while the teacher stands in front of the classroom teaching....

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5 Indoor Sensory Activities Perfect for Winter

Need some inspiration for fun and easy indoor sensory activities? Come check out 5 incredibly powerful sensory activities that don’t require any special equipment or supplies…   Every single season offers a unique opportunity for special sensory activities.  In summer, kids run barefoot in the grass, play in the sand, and swim in the pool. In spring, kids can jump in puddles and run in the rain. In fall, piles of leaves make the best crash...

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What to Do When Your Child Is Overwhelmed at Parties and Large Crowds

Some kids are overwhelmed and scared to attend parties or other crowded spaces. It might be more than shyness. Figure out what’s going on and how to help your child!    At first, you might have thought your child was shy when they cried or clung to you at a birthday party. But over time, it became evident that it was a lot more than shyness.  Some children get overwhelmed at parties or in large crowds.  For some of those kids, the...

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