Episode 66: When Your Child Doesn’t Want to Eat with Colin H
EPISODE 66 THE PARENTING MENTOR: When your Child Doesn’t Want to Eat with Colin H
Colin H is a father to an energetic 21 month old son who refuses to sit down and eat dinner. Colin and his husband are worried that their child isn’t getting enough nutrients and calories. They find themselves resorting to squeezable yogurts and packaged foods. They’re concerned that they are creating bad habits that will be hard to fix later in life. If you have a child who can’t sit still and focus on eating, you are not alone. Listen along to gain a new perspective on meal time and how to make it less stressful and more enjoyable.
“It's really about making this a pleasant experience for all of you as opposed to this constant struggle. And, if he doesn’t eat much once in awhile, I promise you it’s okay” - Sue Groner
This week on The Parenting Mentor:
- Creative strategies for incorporating your child into the dinner process.
- How to shift your mindset to focus on your ONE MAIN goal.
- Tips for bringing in tools such as dinner time games and go-to stuffed animal pals.
- Language to create a bond and understanding between you and your child so they feel supported.
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