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Do you struggle with getting your kids to eat their veggies? Would you consider them picky eaters who only want to eat a few “kid-friendly” things?
This is a common struggle with parents and can be extremely stressful when all you want is to do for your kids is nurture, care for them, and help them grow up to be strong and healthy.
My guest this week on Wannabe Minimalist is well versed in helping parents bring magic and fun back to the table and make dinnertime a pleasant experience for the whole family.
Dr. Sam Goldman supports parents in their dream of helping their child have a happy and healthy relationship with food. Because when children have feeding challenges and just won’t eat, parents are often left feeling lost, concerned, and like they’re doing a bad job.
Through her 10 years of experience as an occupational therapist, she has seen first-hand how these eating difficulties not only affected a child’s health but their family dynamics.
In her business she teaches parents how to create peaceful, no-pressure mealtimes where you can spend time connecting with your family instead of focusing on food battles snd how to help your child overcome “sensory issues” at the table so they can start exploring and trying new foods.
This episode of the Wannabe Minimalist Show will also help you discover:
What food rules you should ditch
Tips for getting your kids in he kitchen
What you can do make kids interested in meal time
How a cluttered kitchen can affect our sensory processes
Fun ways to encourage kids to play with their food without the mess
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