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Raising a Connected Family Through Peaceful Parenting

Dr. Laura Markham of Aha! Parenting shares her best tips for cultivating a strong family connection in your home.

Intuitive Eating for Families

Learn how to ditch diet culture once and for all, and how to instill a healthy relationship with food for you and your kids.

Ask the Nutrition Expert: Cooking with Kids

Our KIWI nutrition expert explains how cooking with your kids encourages them to try new ingredients, diversify their palates, and become more adventurous eaters.

5 Tips for Summer Travel with Kids

Summer is here! We rounded up our best summer travel tips to ensure your family vacation is one for the record books.

Ask the Nutrition Expert: How Much Milk is Too Much?

Our KIWI nutrition expert, Melissa Halas, speaks on the topic of milk consumption, and how you can avoid giving your kiddos “too much of a good thing.”

What Is Toxic Positivity and How Does It Impact Kids

What is toxic positivity and how does it impact your kids? We dived deeper into this buzzword to get to the root of the issue and ways you can avoid it.

Ask the Nutrition Expert: Is Soy Safe for Kids?

Unsure about the safety of soy for your kids? Melissa Halas lends her expertise to tell us how much soy is safe to consume, plus some of the delicious to incorporate it into your little one’s diet.

Practical Guide To Tweens And Teens Social Media

With much of our kid’s days now spent online, internet safety is an essential conversation every family should be having.

Ask the Nutrition Expert: Trying New Foods

Have you got picky eaters at home? Melissa Halas offers her expert advice on keeping calm and persistent while trying to get your little ones to try new healthy foods.

Peaceful Parenting Solutions with Dr. Laura Markham

The Peaceful Parenting method, created by Dr. Laura Markham, centers around the foundational need that all kids have to feel connected.

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