Expand your child's culinary horizons
Feeding children can, indeed, be a less than joyous experience. There's whining. There's mess. And there's guilt. Are they eating enough? Too much? Are they eating the right things? What are the right things? Too often, harried parents are tempted to take the path of least resistance and feed their kids what other parents seem to be feeding their kids: chicken fingers and fries. Restaurants collude, offering "kids' menus" of mac and cheese and pizza. "All she'll eat is white food," the mother opines, and it's no wonder. But there is another way.