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Toddlers and smoothies- what a great combo. Elsie asks for a “smoovie” regularly and with excitement! Here’s my best tips for making balanced and enjoyable smoothies. Consider smoothies as a snack or small meal on their...

Taking your toddler to Bali (or any other developing country) can be a bit overwhelming but also incredibly fun! These are my tips based on our recent family holiday to Bali with an almost 2...

Such a good question asked earlier in the week. Here's my thoughts about how to handle birthday parties. This is a chance for long-term learning and it isn't a short-term plan. But with all of my...

Toddlers often go right off vegetables during their fussy phases. And sometimes we stop offering them because it’s frustrating to watch it go to waste. But, a toddler can’t learn to like veggies again if...

Sometimes it can be frustrating when other family members or carers don't quite 'get' how you're trying to feed your toddler. Perhaps they might turn the TV on to get them to eat more, or...

Here’s our guest speaker, Samantha Byrne, from @_the_tooth_fairy_ answering your questions about toddler teeth. Samantha is a former dentist and lecturer in oral microbiology, as well as a mum of 3 young boys. She’s answering questions like: What...

Healthy breakfast cereals for kids are so limited. Weet-Bix or oats (either as raw oats with milk, overnight oats or porridge) are your most nutritious options. But offering the same cereal, in the same way can get...

Did you know that the way you speak to your child at mealtimes can inadvertently contribute to fussy eating? The good news is that making small changes to your own mealtime vocabulary can have a...

Toddlers are fussy. We know that, right? But some young kiddos are extra fussy. Over the years they’ve learnt that food is really scary and new foods are to be avoided at all costs. Here’s my list...