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Simply having a Toddler-Sized Christmas time

*A post in collaboration with the Infant and Toddler Forum 

Earlier this year I took part in the Toddler-Sized challenge, encouraging parents everywhere to turn the evidence based guidance on feeding toddlers, developed by the Infant & Toddler Forum, into something easy and practical, to take the guess work out of feeding toddlers well every day.  Thank you for your support then, and now you can meet the winners here.  

Photo by Tim Gouw on Unsplash

Want to know more about makes a healthy toddler diet, whether it’s every day, or a festive day?  Try out the Infant & Toddler Forum’s festive menu (as shown below) to give little ones a healthy balance, while still enjoying some treats.  And the festive tips for active toddlers give lots of active play ideas.

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Healthy hints and tips for a happy festive season

Christmas is a time for families to be together, to relax and to celebrate the season. It can also be a time of extra pressure as families get swept up in the holiday madness of parties, shopping and cooking! In such a busy period, everyday routines may go out of the window, and it can be hard to keep track, and make sure your toddler is eating the right foods in the right amounts and in the right balance. Some toddlers may become extra sensitive as routine changes influence moods. Nap-times are essential for toddlers but at Christmas these may be later or cut short, not to mention meals and snacks may be rushed and regular activity may get forgotten.

To help make the most of this busy period, the Infant & Toddler Forum have developed resources to help maintain a happy, active and healthy holiday season for all. Our festive tips for active toddlers have plenty of ideas to keep the little ones busy, and our festive menu is full of suggestions to give little ones a healthy balance at Christmas dinner, while still enjoying all the seasonal fun.

You can find out more hints and tips from the Infant and Toddler forum here.

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