When it comes to toddlers, one thing is certain: just when you get used to a new stage or phase, it changes. And nowhere is this more true than when it comes to how a toddler eats: from introducing new textures and foods, to weaning, to attempting self-feeding and even learning how to use cups and utensils, toddlers are in a constant state of transition – and so is the way they eat. In this first episode in our three-part series on feeding toddlers, Meagan and Sarah offer solutions to the most common struggles moms face during those transitions, as well as a healthy dose of “it’s all gonna be okay” mom-confidence. Join us!
This episode is part of our 3-part series Your Toddler Feeding Challenges, Solved! Check back for Part 1 tomorrow, and Part 2 on Friday.
About Our Sponsor
Horizon Organic has long been a trusted brand in both Meagan’s and Sarah’s homes, and right now we’re loving the Growing Years line of products geared toward kids ages 1 to 5. The Growing Years products, which include whole milk, 2% milk, yogurt pouches and drinks, and shelf-stable to-go milk boxes, are all certified USDA organic and developed in partnership with pediatricians. With DHA for brain and eye health, choline to help that DHA get where it needs to go in the body, and prebiotics to help support “good” bacteria in your little one’s digestive system, Growing Years products from Horizon Organic are a great choice for developing toddlers. Find out more at horizon.com/growingyears.
About Our Content Partner
BabyCenter is the world’s number one digital parenting resource, reaching millions of new and expectant parents through their websites, mobile apps, and online communities. Whatever parenting stage you’re in, BabyCenter wants to provide you with the best information available, along with practical advice to help you navigate the challenges you face on your parenting journey. For more, visit babycenter.com and connect with BabyCenter on Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok.
Links we mentioned in this episode:
- Learn more about our sponsor, Horizon Organic, and the Growing Years line of products for kids ages 1 to 5
- BabyCenter poll: How often does your toddler change when, where, what, or how much they eat?
- BabyCenter community thread: How do you sneak nutrition into your toddler’s diet?