What I love about the family/lifestyle blogging community is how we fiercely support each other and celebrate each others achievements, even if most of us are yet to meet in real life. When Emily Leary shared the news that she was releasing a book, I was over the moon.
Emily Leary, author of the award-winning blog, A Mummy Too, is on a mission to eliminate fussy eating. Get Your Kids To Eat Anything is an achievable and realistic ‘how to’ for parents who are struggling to feed their fussy eaters. Emily’s unique 5-phase programme approaches fussy eating in a way that very few have done before.
I know from personal experience that food can easily become a battle in the family home. Barely a day goes by where me and Theo don’t fall out over meals and snacks. I get so worried about him being healthy that I get stressed. He gets stressed because I won’t let him have the beige food he desires and it ALWAYS ends up in tears, sometimes not just from Theo.
Within the book, you and your children will learn how to change the way they, and you, look at food. Emily’s recipes incorporate familiar foods with a healthy variety. The book will allow you to create delicious, healthy food for your children for years to come.
Are you tired of creating the same mundane and bland meals? I know I am, but armed with the knowledge within Get Your Kids To Eat Anything, I am slowly but surely bringing new flavours and exciting meals into our weekly meal plan.
Get Your Kids To Eat Anything is based on a five-stage approach to tackling fussy eating. Each phase is explained in detail and explains how and what you are going to achieve. Emily offers realistic advice throughout all five stages, as well as two weeks of tried and tested recipes and hands-on activities for you to complete with your family. By including recipes and activities, Emily aims to remove the anxiety that surrounds food for fussy eaters and make meals a fun family occasion. #
We have just begun our journey with Get Your Kids To Eat Anything, and so far, it is working well. Theo is a hard egg to crack, he is very set in his ways and struggles with simply trying new tastes and textures. However, I am feeling incredibly positive about using Emily’s techniques and I hope that in a few months time our meal plan and shopping list won’t be full of the same breaded, battered or potato based items I have become so accustomed to purchasing. If your child is a fussy eater, I strongly recommend getting your hands on a copy of Get Your Kids To Eat Anything.