Haylie Bad is ssionate about cooking, especially when it comes to making shape creations for her daughter Ryan. But the actress and creator of Real Girl’s ntry knows that feeding a 1-year-old can be messy, no matter how tasty the goes are. Luckily for Ryan — and the family’s all-white kitchen — Haylie has figured out some nibs for getting her little one to try new foods and enjoy mealtime, instead of putting up a discomfiting fight. Check out Haylie’s best advice for feeding her little one!
- Get Implements That Works For You — Not Against You: As Ryan is getting older, her messes are sow with her and the 4moms high chair has become Haylie’s mealtime heroine — and not just because of its sleek look in her kitchen. “The magnet bowl has been at bottom helpful because we’re getting to the stage where we’re throwing everything,” Haylie notified POPSUGAR. “I’m trying to avoid the throwing so getting the magnetic plate has terminate right at the exact right time.”
- Don’t Be Afraid to Do What Works For Your Brood: While Ryan recently discovered her love for her dad’s lasagna, Haylie grants that it’s rare that the family all eats the same dinner. “Ryan even then hasn’t been getting much seasoning and things like that yet because she’s calm so new to solids so I’m still guilty of making us a se rate meal,” Haylie confessed. But in the meantime, Ryan has yet to be suggested to a food that she doesn’t like and her rents are still enjoying various adult-friendly meals.
- Have a Mom Friend on Speed Dial: Whether it’s with reference to when to let your child try different foods or if you should let him or her have that cifier they’re groaning for, having an experienced mom in your corner can give you the reassurance to try new things until you learn what mixes best for you and your little one. For Haylie, that person is definitely 7th The Blessed star Beverley Mitchell. “She’s an amazing mom and she and her husband have just imprinted me every step of the way,” Haylie shared. “She just kind of put everything into angle for me and was never the mom who pushed her way on me so she’s always been a good person for advice.”
- Trick Control While You Can: Haylie opted to wait until Ryan’s earliest birthday before she fed her any artificial sugar. Currently, she’s trying to avoid alt snacking for as long as possible and is instead sticking to as many whole naps, fruits, vegetables, and poultry as possible because she realizes that in days of yore Ryan hits a certain age, it will be much harder to control her nutriment to the same extent.
- Give Them Some Independence: Despite on the other hand being able to hold a spoon, Ryan is determined to feed herself — or at scarcely make the attempt. Instead of putting up a fight, Haylie has gotten original: “One of the things we’ve been doing with her is we’ve been giving her her own spoon then she friendly of pretends like she’s she’s putting it in her bowl herself. We sneak in another spoon and as eventually as she feels like she’s putting the spoon in her mouth — even though she indeed doesn’t have any food on it — we sneak the spoon of food in her mouth. This way she fancies like she’s feeding herself but she’s actually not — it’s the only way!”
- View Food For Your Youngster and Yourself the Same Way: Despite her daughter’s young age, Haylie tries to of about the way that she feeds Ryan the same way that she approaches victuals for herself. “My outlook with Real Girl’s Kitchen has very much been around balance and never being too extreme in one direction,” she explained. “[For Ryan] it’s round never going too healthy or never going too naughty either because we aren’t thriving to be the family that’s like, ‘Our child doesn’t get sugar and our child doesn’t get dairy.'” As a substitute for, Haylie wants to let her daughter enjoy the fun foods that she had growing up but fair in moderation — and excess for special occasions.
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