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Megan & Judy
Posted by Megan & Judy
November 10, 2021

The Ultimate Guide to Cup Drinking

You are not alone! One of the most common questions on our...

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Megan & Judy
Posted by Megan & Judy
October 25, 2020

Our Favorite High Chairs and Boosters

Selecting baby gear is one of the more overwhelming parts of parenthood....

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Megan & Judy
Posted by Megan & Judy
February 10, 2018

Help Your Baby Learn to Chew

In our infant course, we talk about offering babies soft finger foods....

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Megan & Judy
Posted by Megan & Judy
August 6, 2017

Bottle Refusal in Breastfed Babies

“I assumed all babies would willingly take a bottle…” When you learn...

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Megan & Judy
Posted by Megan & Judy
July 16, 2021

Our favorite supplements for babies and children

Supplements are always a hot topic with our clients. We are constantly...

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Megan & Judy
Posted by Megan & Judy
July 23, 2020

Offer the Rainbow

We recently featured various veggies and fruits of all the colors of...

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Megan & Judy
Posted by Megan & Judy
July 2, 2020

Family Meal Toolkit - Lunch Edition

Do you get stuck at lunch time? Need a little easy inspiration?...

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Megan & Judy
Posted by Megan & Judy
April 30, 2020

Family Meal Toolkit - Breakfast Edition

Breakfast is sometimes the most difficult meal of the day. Kids are...

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Megan & Judy
Posted by Megan & Judy
April 24, 2020

Easy Ways to Play With Your Baby - FREE PRINTABLE

J​udy here! I’m an Occupational Therapist specializing in feeding therapy. It seems...

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Megan & Judy
Posted by Megan & Judy
April 9, 2020

Free Family Meal Toolkit - Dinner Edition

How are we doing, friends? We know this can be a really...

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General Feeding FAQ

What are your favorite cups for babies and toddlers?

We recommend open cups and straw cups. Check out our Ultimate Guide to Cup Drinking for more info! 

We need a high chair or booster. Which ones do you recommend?

Positioning at the table is super important, so we recommend high chairs and boosters that allow your child to be well-supported. Here are our favorites.

My baby gags a lot with food. What can I do?

First off, realize that gagging is a normal response as babies learn to feed themselves. It can be a good thing as long as it improves with time and practice. Read more about gagging here, and check out our favorite teethers that help babies practice chewing and desensitize the gag reflex. 

My toddler went from eating everything as a baby to becoming a very selective eater now. What can I do?

This is so normal! Between 12 and 24 months many toddlers become a lot more particular about food. Your job is to continue to provide a variety of foods in a positive, low-stress environment. Our Toddler/Kid Course helps guide you through this so you’ll feel less stressed and more empowered!

How can I wean my baby off of breastfeeding or bottle feeding?

Congratulations! You’re reaching a big milestone in your baby’s life. There are so many different ways to wean off the breast or bottle. We have created a Milk and Weaning eBook that is in both our Infant and Toddler/Kid courses that can help you with this process. If you want to purchase it separately, head here.

Do you offer meal plans?

We offer free Family Meal Toolkits! Check out Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

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