The My Little Eater Podcast
On this episode of the My Little Eater Podcast, I’m so excited to have Dr. Nkeiruka Orajiaka, a board certified pediatrician join me to chat about all things RSV and what to look for if you think your
On this episode of the My Little Eater Podcast, I’m digging into what the true purpose of your baby’s growth chart (or toddler's) is, and what it tells you about their health and growth. Growth charts
On this episode of the My Little Eater Podcast, we’re covering how to serve pumpkin to your baby, including the health benefits of pumpkin for your baby. There’s no better time than now to jump into t
On this episode of the My Little Eater Podcast, we’re talking all about plant based diets for babies and toddlers! With the increased popularity of plant based diets, it’s no surprise that we’re seein
In this episode, we’re talking all about first birthdays because it’s BIRTHDAY WEEK here at My Little Eater™! We’re celebrating four years as MLE, and I wanted to weigh in on this really popular topic
In this episode, I break down a very common concern among parents….mouth stuffing! I’m willing to bet that at one point or another you’ve seen your baby or toddler with cute little “chipmunk cheeks”.
In this episode of the My Little Eater Podcast, I teach you how to spoon feed purees to your 6 month old baby - the baby led feeding way! This may seem intuitive to you, and not like something you nee
#75: SEASON FINALE – My Baby’s a Bottomless Pit! How Do I End Mealtimes while Respecting Hunger Cues?
In the Season 3 finale, I’m sharing another clip from my most recent coaching call in my exclusive membership program, the Little Eaters Club. I had the pleasure of speaking with Megan about her 1 yea
In this episode, I talk to Emily from the Little Eaters Club about how to bump up the number of foods that her son Elliot eats. He’s always been a little bit of a picky eater, but recently it’s gotten
In this quick tip episode from my “How to serve…” series, I’m teaching you all about lentils! These are an amazing option for babies and toddlers - they’re versatile, so can be added to many, many rec