I drove Thing 2 to an all-day, picnic-style birthday party in a pavilion at our local city park. Perfect weather, crisp warm end-of-summer air, tall trees, and happy noises from other picnic table pavilions. Bliss.
While a small cadre of tween girls ran through the playground from swing to swing to slide to climber to carousel
….one mom watched her lithe, sinewy butterfly of a girl and said wistfully: I hope she eats.
I wanted to curl my arm around her and bring her peace.
I’m inviting you.
This free talk is focused on you, mom. And your picky eater.
I’m a cultural educator and a coach for moms — and I want you to know about my webinar on Parenting Picky Eaters. Sign up for my in-depth webinar about picky eating here and learn the phrase that stops family dinner fights in their tracks.
If we think about families as microcultures, then we can see that we have some influence over this little culture’s language, entertainment, worship, and… food, on my talk, I’ll discuss incorporating food as part of your family culture, whatever your style.
And, on the webinar you will learn the four words that are setting you up for failure. Food struggle is awful. Let’s find some comfortable ways to feed those pesky picky eaters.
I have very strong feelings about moms of picky eaters. We live in a modern age where it’s actually a chore to shop for healthy foods if you happen to wander out of the produce department. And there’s momguilt. There’s lots of momguilt, charging we need to take responsibility for diabetes, behaviors and socializing, and even health of the future. It’s the perfect storm, babe. So join me Thursday or Sunday evening for some guilt-squashing. Just sign up here. It’s free!