A Podcast-style Course to Teach Parents How to Start Solids
Parents with children 0-24 months: we're here to support you on the journey that is transitioning to solid foods.
There's plenty of internet information (and opinions) when it comes to infant and toddler feeding, but there are very few for parents that incorporate both development and nutrition. We decided to bring together our 15+ combined years of Feeding Therapy to create one resource and system of support that will bring you confidence and fun to meal times.
We created one comprehensive resource to empower parents to start solid foods in a confident and safe way and raise adventurous and healthy eaters from the start.
This is for you if...
- You love being adventurous with food and want your little one to join in the joy that comes with being a foodie
- You're a first-time parent and solid foods are scary
- You're a second-time parent and you want to prevent your second child from being as picky as the first
- You've read all the mom blogs, talked to your pediatrician, and still feel unsupported in the journey that is transitioning to solids
- You've started solids already and it's just not going as well as you hoped
You're expecting and want to get all your ducks in a row before your little one arrives
What we'll cover:
All modules are fully self-paced.
- Highchair HELP (14:19)
- Q: How do I prevent, or reverse, Picky Eating?
- Q: Does my child have meatime Sensory Processing Concerns? (5:05)
- Q: Why is my baby vomiting so much? (6:01)
- Q: Why is my baby spitting out food? (tongue thrust reflex) (8:13)
- Q: Why is my baby spitting out food? (behavior or skill?) (4:07)
- Q: Why is my baby Gagging and Choking? (3:48)
- Q: Throwing food, How do I make it stop? (7:21)
- Q: How do I manage both Solids and Milk before the age of 1? (4:02)
- Q: Why is my child eating like a dog? (1:16)
- Q: Why did my baby all the sudden get Picky between 12-24 months? (3:26)
Meet Your Hosts
Christine Muldoon, M.ed, FNTP
Christine is a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, former educator and mom of 3. She specializes in perinatal and childhood nutrition and believes that nourishing the body goes beyond just food. She is the founder of Nourish the Littles, an online community that teaches parents how to feed their families holistically.
Leah Foreman, OTD, OTR/L
Leah is an Occupational Therapist and Feeding Specialist who works with all feeding needs from complex medical feeding to picky eating. Her passion is creating family routine and ritual around mealtimes and she believes one of the many joys of life is sharing food with others. She practices locally in Colorado with her team at Nurtured Pediatrics.
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What our students are saying:
Virginia: "Whether you are a first-time mom, or a mom to many, I would 100 percent recommend taking the Nurtured Foundations course. It makes so much sense, and makes you wonder why we haven't fed babies like this all along. Not only did I learn a lot about how to feed and what to feed, but also about respectful parenting... a philosophy I will use with all my kids for years to come!"
Rebecca: "Leah and Christine both bring so much wisdom to the table in this course. Their approach to feeding is a total gamechanger. I'm a first-time mom still figuring it out, and I feel confident applying the feeding concepts I learned. My favorite resource is the cookbook — it gave me new meal ideas for my 8-month-old. (Fewer pouches!)"