There are plenty of challenges in parenting. Potty training, learning to share, biting (yikes!), making sure that your child has a balanced diet shouldn’t be one of them. With my oldest I nursed him until he was 17 months old and weaned himself. At the appropriate time we introduced solids to him and while he loved certain foods, usually fruits, he shied away from most veggies. Knowing that veggies are in important part of everyone’s diet, we looked for ways to fit them in and make sure that he was eating a balanced diet.
Snacks: I carry an unbelievable amount of food in my purse. I don’t leave home without restocking my snack bag. This allows me to have things like grapes, bananas, baby carrots and of course gold fish crackers on hand when needed.
Convenience: Little ones are always on the go, constantly playing with cars, building train tracks or hiding in his fort. I find that if I hand him something he can eat while playing I see better results. I make sure to have Happy Family Pouches on hand. He loves both the baby and tot pouches. I love that the Happy Baby’s Clearly Crafted™ pouches are now clear and I can see that there are no artificial dyes in the food he’s eating.
Toddler friendly meals: There are tons of recipes on Pinterest that will show you how to sneak a few veggies into a delicious meal that your child will love. Whether it is smoothies, blender bowls or even pancakes.
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