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Is there someone in your house who wants to eat the same thing every single day? Check out these tips for introducing more variety and more nutrients into your child's diet.
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Kid-pleasing meals that are delicious as well as healthful can boost your toddler's health and development. Read on for easy food swaps that can up the nutrient factor today.
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Your baby is approaching that magical first birthday, so it’s time to consideradding cow's milkto the menu. Read on to learn about switching to cow’s milk, and which kind is best.
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Feeding Your 2-Year-Old

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What's up with your child, you wonder? A favorite food one day is rejected the next day. Learn more about the eating habits of 2-year-olds.
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Now walking (or nearly walking), your little one is so busy these days that eating may not be a priority. Smaller portions and frequent snacks may be the way to go for now. Get more helpful advice.
Read The Art of Feeding a Toddler: 12 to 18 months
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My baby will be a year old in a few weeks and still will not eat by himself. He has absolutely no interest in even trying finger foods. He just throws everything on the floor. I show him how to pick it up and eat it; I stop his hand and say, "Don't throw. We eat the carrots, apples, whatever," but he throws and just cries until I feed him from the spoon. Should he be eating by himself by now? If so, what can I do to encourage / help him? Will my continuing to feed him pose any eating problems down the road?
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How can I help my 1-year-old, who has stopped eating?
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How can I prevent my 2 1/2-year-old from gagging on too much food?
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Snack Time: Feeding Your Toddler

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Now that your toddler is eating solid foods, you may find yourself putting together 5 or 6 mini-meals a day! If you're looking for new ideas, try some of these these kid-pleasing, nutritious menu options. Learn about feeding your toddler.
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Making Choices

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At this age, our toddlers are capable of making decisions about what they want to eat. A good plan is to offer nutritious foods, including some with different textures, and let them take it from there. Learn more about food choices.
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A Nutritional Balancing Act

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Many of us are vegetarians, or at least eat more vegetarian food than we used to. Whatever cuisine we serve our families, it's important that our toddlers get the right blend of nutrients, including enough iron and calcium. Find out more.
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Empty Calories

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Family mealtimes are all about chatter, messy eating, and connecting with one another. Because watching TV while eating is strongly related to obesity in both children and adults, it's usually best to keep it off during meals. Find out more.
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Thinking Ahead

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With toddlers in tow, successful travel is all about being prepared. Packing multiple meals for our children is a great idea for when we're on the go, just in case of delays or food pickiness. Get more tips on planning family travel.
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Try, Try, and Try Again

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"Don't want any!" If there's a toddler in the house who won't try any new food, our best shot at success may be to try offering the food several times, waiting a few days in between attempts. Learn more.
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Toddler Meal Ideas

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Child-Friendly Cuisine

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What's on the menu these days? Our kids will thrive on soft table foods — unsalted and cut into small pieces — plus baby cereal and milk. It can be good to introduce foods with different textures, too, to expand their palate. Learn more.
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Does someone in your house eat only food that's yellow? Or, only food covered with applesauce? Hang in there: Picky eating is common among young children. You may want to think of it as part of their quest to be independent. Find out more.
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Kid-Friendly Meals

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Our active toddlers sometimes seem too busy to eat, and it's hard not to wonder if they're getting enough food. It turns out that eating one really good meal, two lighter meals, and two or three snacks each day is fine. Learn more.
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Now that our babies have turned 1, we know they're ready for milk. But we may still have some questions. What kind of milk is best? And how much milk does a toddler or a preschooler need? Get the facts on milk.
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