Want to know how to win at being a parent? It’s all about the little things you can do that take minimal effort yet make a big difference in your child’s life. Here, you’ll find hacks, tips, and advice that will help you live your best parenting life. This month, we’re focusing creating healthy meals to help you feel like the best parent you can be.
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To create healthy eating habits for picky eaters, try making their meals fun. There's a variety of visual tools you can use to make nutritious meals pleasant and even exciting for your child. Get creative about how you present food, try using some color, and be sure to tell your kids about the benefits of good eating right from the start.