#37: Preventing Picky Eating vs. Reversing it

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In this episode, I’m smashing a couple of very common picky eating myths! Ever heard someone say that picky eating is genetic? Or that every child goes through a picky phase, and there’s nothing you can do about it? While I admit those first two points are mostly true, that last one about there being […]

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Bonus: Toddler Led Feeding

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In this episode, I’m introducing you to my new signature concept – Toddler Led Feeding! By now, I hope you’ve heard of Baby Led Feeding, which is my specialized approach to introducing solids, whether purees or whole foods, in a responsive way that takes into account your baby’s skill and comfort level, while gently nudging […]

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#36: Extreme Picky Eating with Dr. Katja Rowell, aka “The Feeding Doctor”

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In this episode of The My Little Eater Podcast, I have the extreme privilege of speaking with one of my greatest influences in the field of feeding, Dr. Katja Rowell. Her work as a family doctor and responsive feeding specialist has heavily influenced the techniques and approaches that I teach in my courses. If you […]

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#35: Food Substitutions for When Your Baby has Allergies

Episode art for episode "#35: Food Substitutions for When Your Baby has Allergies". Pictured is a baby being spoon-fed puree.

This episode is for all you mamas (and dads) out there dealing with food allergies! Maybe your baby has already reacted to some after you started introducing the top allergens, or maybe you personally have such a severe allergy that you can’t keep certain foods in the house. Now, for the latter case, your baby […]

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#34: Easy Hacks to Meal Plan for Your Baby

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In this episode, I’m sharing with you all of my tips for planning out meals with your baby, including 5 days of themed meals, so you can easily choose what to serve! I hear from so many moms who are wondering how to fit meal prep and planning into their busy schedules. Maybe you’re working, […]

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#33: Will Grandparents ruin my healthy feeding efforts?

Podcast art for episode "#33: Will Grandparents ruin my healthy feeding efforts?". Pictured are grandparents feeding a baby pureed food with a spoon while the baby sits on their lap.

In this episode, I’m tackling a very common worry among parents… “Will my child’s Grandparents ruin all the hard work I’ve done in creating healthy eating habits for my kids?”. This is a question I get asked a lot, and I totally understand it because…well…I LIVED it!  My kids would come home from their grandparents’ […]

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#32: Breastfeeding Tips with Kylie Field (IBCLC)

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In this episode, I have the absolute pleasure of interviewing someone who has provided me with so much support and knowledge, right from the very beginning of My Little Eater! I’m talking all about breastfeeding with lactation consultant, Kylie Field, and I’m so excited to have you all listen to what she has to say. […]

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#31: Learning to eat without the TV and other mealtime distractions

Episode art for "#31: Screen Time and Other Distractions During Meals", a baby sits on a couch with two stuffed animals, holding a TV remote.

In this episode, I’m answering a listener’s question on how to help her child eat, when the only way they can eat is with the TV on. I go over all my recommendations with regards to watching TV, or providing other distractions for your toddler, during mealtimes. Now, if you’ve seen some of my content […]

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