Meet Peggy. She’s a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and mom of a happy 17-month-old boy, Christian. She’s been working as a Nutritionist for the past 12 years, has hosted her own cooking show “Kitchen Cures” and is the author of “Must Have Been Something I Ate” and “Kitchen Cures”. We are very excited to partner with Peggy and share her story on our blog!
Every mom’s feeding experience is as unique as her baby. While the journey may be easy for some, others may struggle with many issues. Real Mom Story is a series on our blog where we ask real moms to share their feeding stories. Being a mom can be difficult at times for anyone. Whether you’re expecting or already have little one, we hope these stories can offer you advice on what worked (or didn’t work) for moms just like you. Today, we will be sharing Janelle and Harper’s story!
Jodi Bullock is an intuitive holistic health coach and digestive expert who was searching for a healthy formula option for her little one.
We had the opportunity to speak with Jodi and ask her a few questions about her journey as a mom, especially when it came to feeding options!
We applaud efforts to create greater food label and ingredient transparency. And so, it was with great interest that our team reviewed Clean Label Project’s baby food and infant formula product ratings. While we were initially pleased to see that Kabrita Goat Milk Formula received a 5 star review, we were also confused about the lack of accessible data. As Moms, we understood that this type of viral media could cause a lot of distress and confusion, further complicating the already challenging job of making healthy and thoughtful feeding choices.
We know playing outside has a host of benefits for children’s health. Here’s why it’s also great for brain development.
How goat milk formula relieved this little boy’s congestion and constipation — providing a solution to his cow milk sensitivity that made the whole family happier.
Moms and dads often have different approaches to parenting. Sometimes that can cause friction – but it really doesn’t need to. Sure, in an ideal world, both parents would be on the same page when it came to parenting goals and methods. But more often than not we find ourselves with a mate who has a very different idea of what parenting looks like.
Sometimes we can get so caught up trying to be a good role model for our kids, we forget that we can learn from them, too.
There’s a ton of information out there on how to get our kids to listen to us, but far less on how parents can better listen to their kids. It turns out “active listening” is a key parenting communication skill that can increase harmony and help children’s development.
Giving and receiving love is essential for well-being. Find out how to show children the meaning of love, and how they can share it with others.