{The Nest Can Cook} How to get your little birds to eat

The little ones they need to eat, but often they are, well, turds about it.

I know my toddler-bird would live on hot chips and fairy bread if given half a chance.

This article from the team at I Quit Sugar gives some great ideas on How To Get Your Kid To Eat Like A Grown Up.

I have to admit, since encouraging (and being more patient) with the toddler-bird in the kitchen she is much more willing to try new foods!eat

Have a read, you won’t regret it.

Happy eating Nesters x

 

{Raising Little People} Some help on raising a good eater

Everyone knows that too much cake bad. Apple good.

But raising little birdies is tough. Feeding them is an ordeal some days. And sometimes nuggets is what ends up on the plate.

My theory is that we are responsible for raising a new generation of eaters, who understand moderation and ‘sometimes’ food and indulge daily in a balanced diet.

Our very clever mates at One Handed Cooks have set out some helpful ways to encourage Raising A Good Eaterblueberries

Read it.

Happy health Nesters x

{This is Life} Rewind the future

This could quite possibly be the most important 90 seconds of your child’s life. It could change your entire family. It could impact you to your core.

It certainly hit me hard in the feelings.

This public service announcement from Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta shows the impact our everyday choices are making on the future of the most innocent of all. Our children.

You are responsible. We are responsible.

Let’s rewind our future. Start over again. Make a difference to this global epidemic.