Toddlers are so easy to cook for. They eat just about everything. – Said no one ever.
My son Cash is 2 1/2 and, like most toddlers, he is a very picky eater. Coming up with new lunch and snack ideas, that were healthy, became more and more difficult as he got older.
I decided to give food art a whirl after seeing some cute ideas on Pinterest. I would say it has helped a little, it doesn’t always work, but it has also helped me be creative & offer him more options at once. I’ve noticed that the more options, the better chance that he’ll eat at least one thing on his plate.
I made an Instagram page to document my food art so that I could use it as reference in the future, and because it’s just too cute not to document!
Here are a few of my favorites that I have made recently. For more photos check out my Instagram page @hellohappyplate
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Food Art has not only been beneficial for Cash, it’s also been enjoyable for me! While I’m *hoping* that Sawyer (who just recently started eating solids) isn’t a picky eater, I am now prepared if she is!
Would love to hear if this post encouraged you to make food art for your babes!
Hello! Welcome to Stick To Your Roots Blog!
I guess an introduction is the best place to begin;
My name is Brittany, I am 26 years old- turning 27 in September.
I am a wife, a mother and a business owner.
I appreciate constructive constructive criticism and I am always eager to learn. I also love to share my own experiences and help other entrepreneurs thrive in their endeavors. I think learning from each other is a great recourse, and we should utilize it!
I am excited to finally start blogging again. I actually used to consistently blog years ago, when I was in middle school and throughout high school. It’s much more difficult finding the time to do it now that I’m raising two tiny humans, but I am motivated to keep up with it! I know that I will be thankful to have these posts to look back on, and for my children to be able to look at one day.
Let the blogging begin….