You know that healthy eating is important.
You have heard of the studies linking healthy food and:
- avoiding seasonal sickness
- improved behaviour
- feeling happy
- concentration in the classroom
- avoidance of long term, chronic diseases like diabetes
as well as in so many other areas, and want that for your family.
You want your kids to eat & enjoy healthy foods but you’re tired of the ongoing battle.
You feel stuck making the same ‘kid approved’ meals, and mealtime would sure be a lot more enjoyable without bribing, lecturing, hiding veggies, and monitoring number of bites.
Hearing ‘I don’t like this’ after you’ve worked hard to get healthy food onto the table makes you want to give up.
You wish there was another way.
I believe there is.
I believe that you can get your kids to eat healthy food without mealtime drama.
Your family can enjoy a meal together, share laughs and stories about the day, all while your kids eat whatever you decided to make without any fuss.
Imagine hearing “this is good, Mom!” as your child eats a meal that has vegetables in plain site.
Imagine your peace of mind, knowing your children are developing healthy eating habits that will stay with them for a lifetime.
When you join the tiny tummy tales community, you will turn your picky eaters into healthy eaters and ditch the fuss, making mealtime enjoyable for the whole family!
Was it really such a lofty goal? As a young 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 at times, I’ve had the most success with something totally different.
I began to teach the why of healthy eating with stories & to get my kids involved in our meal preparations any way their little hands and minds could help.
Our table became an enchanted story kingdom & our kitchen a classroom:)
And to my delight, it worked! Rather than dreading mealtime drama, we can make food together and enjoy even veggie-filled meals of all kinds without a fuss… and you can too!
If you want to be a part of this, I’d love to have you join the tiny tummy tales community!
I’ll send you love notes (ok-emails) from tiny tummy tales to encourage and support you in your journey to healthy mealtime peace.
P.s. I would love to hear from you!
Leave me a message here and just like in the good old days of pen pals, I will write back 🙂
Thank you for stopping by!