Your Infant’s Development: What to Expect and How It Effects Nutrition

Achieve attachment through feeding.

I hope many of your were able to attend the Eat, Play, Love: Raise Healthy Eaters webinar today!  If not, here is the link–I think you’ll find it informative and enlightening. This is the second piece to our Your Child’s […]

Alphabet Soup….K is for Vitamin K!

Dark green, leafy vegetables are a good source of Vitamin K

We are rounding out this series with Vitamin K, a fat-soluble vitaminthat plays a starring role in blood clotting. Clotting is important—it helps bleeding stop. In fact, Vitamin K is responsible for producing 4 of the 13 proteins required for […]

Feeding is Love

Eye contact is an important way of connecting with your child.

I wrote this post as a participant in the Eat, Play, Love blog carnival hosted by Meals Matter and Dairy Council of California to share ideas on positive and fun ways to teach children healthy eating habits. A list of […]