You can opt out of mealtime battles, in exchange for mealtime peace.
Here at tiny tummy tales, I encourage you to look beyond the ordinary.
I want you to find freedom from debating over bites & avoid yet another Pinterest search for ‘kid approved’ recipes to try.
There’s another, easier, more enjoyable way! Welcome to join the hundreds of moms here at tiny tummy tales who are changing their family’s mealtimes!
When you join the ‘Moms Changing Mealtimes‘ email group here at tiny tummy tales, you’ll start to ditch the stress of chaotic mealtimes & discover joy in teaching your kids to happily eat healthy food.
Welcome, mom friend!
Was it really such a lofty goal? As a new mom, it seemed like getting my kids to eat healthy food should be simple!
The hardest part would be finding my way through the mind numbing jungle of advice out there on the ‘best ways to feed your family’… right? The rest would fall into place, happily eating ever after!
...enter the cherubs
As it turns out, not even all my research, pinning, and recipe attempts would translate into food from plate into stomach. Imagine! …So what’s a mom to do? The one bite rule? No dessert? Preach about the health benefits? Hide the veggies?
Though I’ve certainly used all of those tactics, they only left me frustrated.
I hated debating over bites, and sending my kids to bed hungry is just lousy. I know.. tough love and all that, but it seemed like there had to be a more peaceful way to go about it.
What I found to work best was something totally different.
The scoop, in short…
Rather than looking for ways to ‘make’ my kids eat new & healthy foods, I set out to teach them to ‘choose it for themselves’. #notimpossible
To make healthy eating something wonderful and delicious.
To help them see healthy food as something desirable and filled with joy.
By following a few simple strategies, our home (with 5 little ones) has happy mealtimes.
We eat a delicious variety of foods, loaded up with veggies.
All without regular arguments, and no veggie hiding.
You don't have to settle for 'at least they ate something'.
Let’s get mealtime peace happening 🙂
Sign up to join my ‘moms changing mealtimes’ email list to get my best resources and tips for happier eaters.
First up, you’ll get instant access to my [HEALTHY HAPPY EATERS] starter kit!
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