eating right kids
Do your kids cringe at the mere sight of carrots -- or start running if they get a glimpse of green beans? Momlogic got the chance to talk with Food Network chef and nutritionist Robin Miller about how to get picky eaters to at least come to the table. Read on!
Don't get me wrong: I love Pepperidge Farm Goldfish (and Annie's Homegrown Cheddar Bunnies) as much as the next guilt-ridden, time-crunched mom. But I knew there had to be a better way.
For many parents, leaving the kids with Grandma or Grandpa is one of the most appealing, cost-effective solutions to the perennial working-parent's childcare dilemma. But as a recent UK study shows, by doing so you might be risking your kids' waistlines -- and their health.