Is it just me?????

Morgan - posted on 04/23/2010 ( 36 moms have responded )

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why is it that people think its ok to feed small children CRAP??
I totally understand that we are busy moms with alot on our plates, but why take it out on our childrens plates????
Hot dogs, speggettios, frozen dinners and oreo cookies it makes me sick to my tummy!!! I am not saying never give you kids these things but come on everyday??
it takes maybe 3 more minutes to make a wonderfull home made mac n cheese with real cheese and whole grain noodels as it does to make a box of KD. it takes less time to make a great stirfry, stem some veggies or bake a chicken breast!!!
when you have some extra time make a few dishes and freeze them then you can pop your own heathy TV dinner in the microwave and its not jacked full of additives and Preservatives it real food!!!
sorry to rant because as I said I know moms are short on time but these are our babies!!!!!!!!

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Jodi - posted on 04/26/2010

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For everyone who says they don't have time to cook a healthy meal, here is one meal I make at least once a month, it's fast, easy and super healthy.

One boneless, skinless chicken breast per person, throw it on a non-stick baking pan in the oven at 350 degrees with a dash of poultry seasoning. That took about 2 minutes MAX. Now, throw whole grain noodles (They end up tasting the same as enriched white flour noodles) in some water and get to boiling. 1 minute maybe? Throw some frozen mixed veggies in a microwavable veggie steamer and pop it in the microwave...another minute? Walk away. The hardest part of the meal is done and it took less than 5 minutes. Check your noodles here and there, after an hour of not sitting in front of the oven staring at it, your chicken should be done (not pink in the center and clear juices). Toss your noodles with some olive oil and your veggies, plop your chicken breast on top and voila, you have a homemade healthy meal that cooked while you cleaned, played with your kids or spent time with hubby. There are a TON of recipes, including casseroles that you can walk away from with such little prep. For casseroles, I ALWAYS double my batch when I make any casserole and freeze half of it for later. Not to mention, casseroles and homemade dishes give you a LOT more bang for your buck! Frozen foods may seem cheaper, but they're only 1 or 2 servings, homemade meals you can get 6 or 8 servings for only a dollar or two more. I swear by shopping at Aldi's, super cheap!

I always do slow cooker meals, throw in your meat, veggies, a little spice and broth or water before you go to work, turn it on and it's done when you get home. Another 10 minute or less prep and easily makes LOTS of leftovers or freezable meals! I hope some of you try these ideas, they are seriously so easy and cheap and healthy to boot!!!!

Natalie - posted on 04/26/2010

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Life is busy and crazy but your right all that stuff is all bad!!! I have frozen burritos in my freezer and very seldom do i allow the kids to eat them.... I only by them because its not just my kids i feed my brother lives with us and he likes those things. But fresh veggies and a tuna salad takie less time then frozen processed foods i totaly agree... I am leaving of vacation and my hubby and i are cookin pre-made dinners because my mother n law dont cook and i will not have them eating out evrday or eating t.v dinners as she suggested!!!! The time we pend gettingour hair done or our nails done or even watching t.v we can make easy meals for our kids and use them as home made t.v dinners like you said..!!!!!!!! Im so on bored with you way to many children are over weight and unhealthy, diabetes is no joke and they are finding it in our youth more and more!!!!!!!!

Shannon - posted on 04/26/2010

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I would just like to point out that feeding your child healthy does not mean you have to make gourmet meals! Heck you don't even really have to know how to cook! Anyone can steam a veggie, peal a banana, slice an apple, serve turkey or ham slices with cheese with or without whole grain bread, fruit cups in their own juice with no sugar added, no sugar added apple sauce, they make veggies now in the canned section in individual cups, whole grain cereals with milk or plain for a snack, yogurt, pudding cups, there are so many options! Treats are ok once in a while and you can't shelter your child forever but if you start feeding them healthy now they will make healthier choices in the future!

Fiona - posted on 04/26/2010

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for those of you who mentioned you aren't sure how to make stuff, try this website, it has recipes that not only have easy instructions, but some of them are worth a good giggle as well. http://blokeswhobake.co.nz

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Missie - posted on 04/26/2010

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I have to add to this b/c so many seem to have gotten bent out of shape, I have always had this theory that it is all about what you teach them when there little. I have an 11 year old that eats everything she will get the junk but only in moderation (her choice), I am a single mother I work full time and it is hard to cook 3 squares a day. I however cook 5 + nights a week, meat, veg and starch. I have very bad personal habits and am exteremly picky about what I eat my daughter is not she eats almost anything or will at least try it. She will sit and eat fresh veggies til the are coming out her ears, she also eats junk to on occasion. I also have to say lighten up on the grandparents and maybe compromise some like say hey please wait til she's two before you give her that, or it's ok but only 1 treat while she here. Trust me kids learn quick who the boss is and my daughter will not eat anything given to her by anyone, including grandparents, until she asks me if she can have it. Just my 2 cents worth.

Nicole - posted on 04/26/2010

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I have to lock this thread because some mothers are taking offense to the some of things that have been said, so it has been flagged several times. Which is quite sad because I like the tips that are now being discussed here. I love the idea of giving other mothers helpful, quick, inexpensive, and easy ways to make healthy meals for their families, but let us all try to avoid posting in such an inflammatory way as to incite negative posts. I understand being passionate about something, but I have said it many times before, judgment will never bring others around to your cause.

Again, I love this topic and I would love to keep the conversation going, but if you please read my post "Controversial Topics" pinned to the top of the board, and reopen this discussion in a new thread that does not involve flame throwing that would be appreciated.

We, myself included, could use some healthy tips when feeding our families. Morgan, please include the tips in your last post! Those are great!

Nicole, Moderator

Morgan - posted on 04/26/2010

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ummm Kayla yes it does. moderation is the key!!

here is some info I found usefull, take it or leave it :)

Food additives are everywhere on the supermarket shelf. Savvy shoppers seeking to eat conveniently, yet as healthfully as possible, need to learn how to read labels to steer clear of potential dietary pitfalls. Even though all of these have been deemed safe to enter the edible realm, many of these everyday chemical compounds take their toll on the body's natural balance.





Check labels for:

1. Artificial Food Colors

Some of these coloring agents are allergenic and, even worse, some have carcinogenic properties. Some artificial food colors are suspected of contributing to hyperactivity, allergies, asthma, learning problems, and concentration difficulties in children and adults. Specific foods to avoid include colored drinks, color-coated candies, gummy and chewy candies, and many colored cereals. Be especially aware of additives when using vending machines.



2. Nitrites and Nitrates

Nitrites and nitrates can develop into nitrosamines in the body, which can be carcinogenic. They are often found in preserved meats, including bacon, hot dogs, bologna, and salami.



3. Sulfites

Sulfites include sulfur dioxide in fruits, sulfites in grapes and wine, and metabisulfites in other foods, and they sometimes cause allergic reactions. or headaches, nausea, and diarrhea. Anyone suffering from allergies or asthma should minimize or avoid sulfited foods.



4. Sugar

Sugar and high fructose corn syrup are a frequent additditve, and its overuse can lead to numerous health issues including elevated blood sugar, hypoglycemia, hyperactivity, yeast problems (candida), excessive food cravings, and increased triglycerides (blood fats). Sugar and sweeteners also contribute empty calories toward obesity, dental cavities, and diabetes.



5. Artificial Sweeteners



Saccharin has been linked with cancer in laboratory animals, but its widespread use is on the decline. Still, other synthetic sweeteners like Aspartame, and acesulfame-K are widely used in soft drinks, candies, chewing gum and a variety of other products. Two research studies found aspartame to have caused brain tumors in lab animals, and it should be avoided by pregnant women and children under seven. Another sweetener, sucralose, sold under the brand name Splenda, has had very little long term research.



6. Preservatives

Preservatives such as BHA, BHT and EDTA are used in small quantities in grain products like cereal, soup bases, and other foods containing oil to prevent rancidity. These are potentially toxic to the liver and kidneys, and they've been known to cause allergic reactions and neurotoxic effects. Children can be especially sensitive to preservatives and they may cause behavioral changes and hyperactivity. Interestingly, BHT is prohibited as a food additive in the UK.



7. Artificial Flavors

Artificial flavors represent the largest number of food additives. Most of the food products with artificial flavor additives are highly processed. Both adults and children may exhibit allergic reactions and other health issues from these chemical flavorings.



8. Olestra

Olestra is a synthesized fat substitute first used in potato chips. It's a non-absorbable oil polymer, thus it's not metabolized by the body. Certain consumers have reported digestive and other problems from Olestra consumption, including diarrhea and abdominal cramping.



9. Salt

Salt or sodium chloride is used by our bodies to maintain proper electrical conductivity within the cells and a variety of other essential functions. But eating too much salt can lead to fluid retention and increased blood pressure.



10. Food packaging

PVC (polyvinyl chloride) is a known carcinogen, and it's often used as plastic food wrap. Many grocery stores seal meats and other foods in PVC wrap; a particularly dangerous practice for warm or fatty foods, both of which help release the PVC into the food

Kayla - posted on 04/26/2010

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There are some moms out there who scrape to feed thier babies. Yes your kids should eat healthy but there is nothing wrong with hotdogs and stuff like that. Some mothers are on goverment help because it is hard!!! I can understnad going and feeding your child straight fast food everday but come on, just because it has preservatives does not make it bad for your child.

Lizzy - posted on 04/26/2010

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I know exactly how you feel, i plan on feeding my little boy veg, meat and fruit.. and general healthy things until he can cook for himself and decides to make me a meal too! aha. I love seeing kids eat a carrot stick rather than a chocolate bar.

Its not hard to do, freezing meals etc. I think its just organisation, which is hard to keep a handle of. But if you want the best for your child, then they should eat healthy, play and socialise, as well as learn where food comes from, like where eggs come from etc.



Im a fatty, and i dont really want my son going the same way, because its so so hard to get it off!! I wouldnt mind giving him chocolate once in a while, but i think i'll teach him to learn to save up his pennies, and when he has enough pocket money, he can buy his own sweets :)

Morgan - posted on 04/26/2010

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I agree theres no recipie out there you cant make you own :)
And I also agree about the free range meat and eggs, no I dont always have 15 dollars to spend on 1 chicken or 5 dollars to spend a 1 pack of eggs but when the cash is there I do it people also have to understand its so expensive because no one buys it, the more people buy organic and free range the cheaper it will become, so when you can buy it you not only helping your health but your supporting local farmers :)
there is a great movie out there called "Food Inc"
I recomend everyone watch it!!!!

Sarah-Anne - posted on 04/26/2010

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my husband and i are chef's so we cook for our 13 month old daughter almost every day. when we are going out to eat somewhere i always have a gerber pasta pick-ups just in case she doesn't want to eat what we order, but that's rarely a problem. i do the same for babysitters who aren't watching her at home. i would normally have something pre-cooked and portioned in the fridge. but if my daughter goes over to her grandmother's, i have to bring over all her food and drink because she would be given little caesar bread sticks, american processed cheese food stuff, sugar-free and diet garbage, and saltine or club crackers. i go for the gerber pasta pick-ups because i don't have to worry about needing a refrigerator. i took over a yogurt once, it was sitting on the counter six hours later when i went to pick her up, un-eaten and she was being feed diet weight watchers ice cream. now that my daughter is 13 months and feeds herself, i love watching her choose avocado, pineapple, spinach, asparagus, whole grain pasta, fish, chicken, sharp cheddar cheese, apple and other unprocessed foods over the hot dogs, stove top stuffing, hamburger helper and other garbage processed stuff that she is offered when we aren't at home. sure she'll sometimes get processed food, it's almost unavoidable in this day and age, but it's only maybe 5% of her entire diet if that. and if i can give her another healthier option, i will.

Jessica - posted on 04/26/2010

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Morgan- 30 min meals is awesome! I watch rachael everyday. some of the stuff she makes is gross lookin- but I just make it different! Leave out the stuff I don't like or subsititute! =)

Jessica - posted on 04/26/2010

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Did u know- the average age for an african american child to start her period is between 6 and 8!?!?!? the average age for a "white" child to start her period is around 10. Do you know why!? It is allllll of the hormones that are pumped into our foods to make them "thick n juicy." Chicken, pork, beef, turkey... etc. Farmers pump them full of hormones to make them fat and more costly. Consider switching to organic or free-range if you can. I DON'T because I can't afford it, but I'm just putting it out there for anyone to know. Just thought it was an interesting bit of commonly unknown info.
NOTE- don't get a bee up your butt and start bashing me b/c I said it's causing problems... i clearly admitted that I don't even use the organic or free-range and that I was just putting the info out there.

Morgan - posted on 04/26/2010

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I have a ton of 30 minute meal books by Rachael Ray there are some great quick, healty and cheap meal Ideas in those books for anyone who wants to learn, then you can tweak them to fit your life style. and I understand some people just arent educated on the subject,

Randi have you ever read the ingredients on a can of speghettios?? yes there is meat, tomato sauce and grains in there but theres also like 20 other ingredients I bet you cant even pronounce let alone know what they are, thats what makes it bad for you.

like I said if you want to feed you kids that stuff thats ok with me.

and I hope people know a skinny kid is not always a heathy one!!!

Randi - posted on 04/26/2010

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My opinion on this whole matter is just this, I believe my daughter is a healthy little girl, her doctor says what she eats is fine and I dont use whole grains or baked chicken. My parents never worried about me and my boyfriends parents brought him up on fried foods. We both turned out great. If Myli eats spaghettios 3 times a week, oh well. There is tomato sauce, meat and grains in that can. Who really can classify junk anyway? Chips, pop, candy? Ok, but what kind of dinners actually are bad for u?



As long as the doctor believes what she is or isnt eating is ok, I think I'm doing fine. :)



Not to pick at your post, just giving you my opinion.

Riviera - posted on 04/26/2010

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Well, one, it is their choice, unfortunately.



The other is most people are not very educated beyond the food pyramid when it comes to feeding children or even eating themself.



Many do believe it is just easier or quicker to heat up that frozen meal or they allow their kids to tell them what to feed them instead of standing their ground as a parent and not letting the pickiness start. I was appauled the day I watched Dr. Phil and he said that if your kids wont eat what you made for dinner MAKE THEM SOMETHING ELSE. I was shocked. There is no way. When your kid becomes hungry enough they will eat. They will not starve or become malnurished if the miss a meal due to stubborness.

Deborah - posted on 04/26/2010

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Meagan, Hi!

I'm glad you're learning to cook, it's a very handy and important skill. I was lucky as my mum cooked often and her mum baked nice things. Since you have the internet I recommend most recipe sites (i use Taste.com.au often) but there's a couple of things that always are good to remember.

* Learn how to make a white sauce base using butter, flour and milk. after this you can put anything in for any sauce/gravey you could want. it's awesome. a bit of cheese for mac and cheese, some mushrooms for a steak sauce or a pasta sauce.. endless options and there's no salt or anything involved.

*Poaching is great for fish, eggs, chicken. and if you use milk to poach meat then you can sieve it back into a pan as a soup stock after, again endless options there, just throw in any veg you like and shread in the fish or chicken too. again no salty stock cubes :)

There's heaps of other good tips, like steaming veg and hard cheese is good, hard boiled eggs, grilling meat.

My personal favourite is soups and anything i can put in a slow cooker. it'll cook for hours with no input from me and no interruption to my son's day either. (for stew, beef chunks, garlic, chopped tomatos, little potatoes, water and any spices you like and some gravey granules all in together, cook on high for a few hours then turn to low until you're ready to eat :) the gravey is great for with the mashed up veg you have with and the potatoes in the cooker as well gain a nice flavour)

Deborah - posted on 04/26/2010

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Sorry I don't see what's wrong with meatballs, Peanut Butter or seafood?

I feed my son home made meatballs (beefmince, garlic, onion), I feed him some p-butter on toast very occasionally (smoooooth) and i feed him loads of fish because it's very good for you, and I live in a fishing village. He loves lemon sole poached in milk and butter (no bones) and also he shares with me when i have smoked mackrel or mushed up herring.

Even spagetti hoops will be fine. As long as it's all balanced out and the OP says who realy cares what you feed you're own child. Though money and time really can be issues.

But just think, back in the 60s if it wasn't neon they didn't eat it. Foods now are more considering or nutrition than ever and the information is always freely available where it wasn't before :)

Brennis - posted on 04/26/2010

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Ok, I will admit this. When my child gets older I WOULD LIKE for her to eat health, but healthy in my family was a hamburger... so i MIGHT use frozen dinners for her because I'm not sure how to make a healthy meal with the right portions included....

Said might, hopefully I can learn and be CONFIDENT with what i serve, for her when she eats off the table.

Meagan - posted on 04/25/2010

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i think that some ppl just dont know exacly how to prepare healthy foods, i got pregnant and moved out at age 17 and was never really taught how to cook home made anything. I am just starting to take an interest in cooking homemade meals but i dont have any idea where to get the information from. any info or anything would be great! i want to eat healthy for my children and myself i just need some suggestion on how !

Morgan - posted on 04/25/2010

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omg Katie I am not sure whats got your panties in a bunch

I wont repeat my self anymore I never said I wouldent give my child junk or that you shoudent, I just said its not a great idea to feed them that crap ALL THE TIME!!! if your children get 5 servings of fruit a day why would my post offend you? its not about people who feed the kids the odd bit of junk, its about kids who eat Mc donalds and speghettos every day.

I dont understand why do you feel the need to explain your self........ guilty conscience maybe??

Again I never sad anyone was a bad mom, or that I look down on anyone.

good luck to you and your family.

Jessica - posted on 04/25/2010

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I agree... It's insane what ppl are saying they feed their kids in the June 2009 babies group! Meatballs... p-nut butter, seafood... are you on DOPE!? I think it's ridiculous, but whatever.
Oh and the whole "they don't have money for healthy food" thing is crap... FYI! WIC buys produce and only healthy foods and cereals. And people on food stamps get much better food than I can ever afford. That's the truth. Down here you get several hundred a month to buy food and there's no list of "no-no's." You can get whatever you want...
You don't have to spend all day fixing meals, I mean seriously... I cook for my family and it takes about 15 mins to prep. Casseroles= cheap and easy. Pork chops- it's called a foreman, they're done in 5 mins! Throw some steam fresh veggies in the micro, toss a salad, you're good to go!
I don't always eat healthy, and I will admit that, but the childhood obesity rate is quickly on the rise and we need to do something about it. (no... I'm not a bean pole... I wish though, It'd be nice to be able to find clothes that fit!)

Ashley - posted on 04/25/2010

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I myself am lucky to have a meal, at lunch and breakfast, but i try my hardest to give my children home cooked meals everynight and to sit down at the table

Morgan - posted on 04/25/2010

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people think that by giving kids sweets their being nice, not thinking about the after math,

I totally agree with you, I am not saying I would never feed my DD KD but I wouldent want her eating it everyday. and I am not saying thats sweets are bad either in moderation

You'll feel great about your daughter living in that bubble when shes a happy healthy young woman :)

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i agree with you. My daughter is only 6 months old and so far has only eaten home made pureed vegetables. I don't plan to introduce her to garbage for awhile. I also dont want to shelter her. On rare days where I am too busy, sure I'll go for the box of KD but mostly healthy.
I also really agree with a poster above who said it is worse when other people want to feed my baby sweets. I have NO idea why people (my bro and in laws) want to watch my daughter eat something bad for her. they all tell me i live in a bubble because I wont let them feed her crap.

Morgan - posted on 04/25/2010

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sorry to all those I offended but I feel VERY strongly about this topic!!!

Morgan - posted on 04/25/2010

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OMG I wish some of you people would read my post again, I wasent judging anyone, or looking down on you but now I might!!!!
I never said not to ever give you kids those foods, I said I dident think it should be everyday, Its all excuses excuses the money the time BLAH BLAH BLAH.
As Amanda said it cant be a money issue cause alot, yes not all but alot of healty foods are way cheper than all this junk food, and Katie spend all day in the kitchen making one meal? maybe you should get a 30 minute meal book theres like 15 diffrents ones. as I said in my origanal post there are plenty of meals you can make that dont take alot of time, and The only thing Ive ever made that took all day was a 15 pound turkey!!! Again I wasent trying to judge but its seems to be the only people who are offended are people who feed there kids this junk all the time. I never said I think badly of mothers who feed there kids this way I simply stated there are other options its not about money or time its about our children!!
I hate to hear that you all dont have the time to make a casserole and frezee some microwavable portions one in a while dont your childen sleep? I would be willing to lose a hour of sleep once a week to make and freeze some healty meals for my daughter, but hey JUST SAYIN!!!!!!!!!!!

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Morgan- I definitely agree. I think it is a poor excuse to say you don't have time or money for healthy food buying or preparation. One banana costs about 25 cents. One pouch of fruit snacks or a twinkie is double that. Which would be a better snack? I think because Americans are lazy and they want whatever is easiest, they buy frozen food, pre-packaged meals, etc which is FINE as long as they are healthy. My girlfriend is a STAHM and she feeds her 14 month old candy bars, pizza, soda, chips, anything! It's not because she doesn't have time to cook healthy, she just doesn't see the importance. This is a sad shame. Mom's should be encouraged to take a nutrition course before having baby just as much as a nursing or lamaze class. I just think that there are many people who are still blind to the importance of nutrition. Being "thin" does not mean you are healthy! An all sugar diet will leave a lot of kids thin but under-nourished. Their little brains and bones are still developing so rapidly, they need every broccoli floret and pear chunk they can get. Keep doing it right, Morgan!

Cathryn - posted on 04/24/2010

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well, i think it is way worse when you have other ppl wanting to feed your own child crap all the time! my daughter had only started eating solids not long before easter (she is 8 months old now) and i had a massive fight with my mother in law because she thought i was being overprotective of my daughter for not wanting to give her easter eggs and junk. everytime we go around to their house there is always an offer for a lolly or a choc finger biscuit. my daughter doesnt know that any of that stuff exists at the moment and i'd rather keep it that way - so my problem is other ppl feeding my girl crap food - i know its ok to 'spoil' her every now and then, but she's not even 1 yet...there is plenty of time for that when she is older...

Jytte-Marie - posted on 04/24/2010

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honestly, you have to look at it from a stand point.
I worked in a preschool which was and still is, heavily influenced by endo-canadian culture, especially the love for sweets (I'm not saying they are the only ones, it was used as an example from my experience there)

Everyday a child's "snack" was twinkies, cookies, sunny d (that crap is just a sugar fest and only a sugar fest), rice krispies, candy ... the list goes on.
Perhaps a lot of families are on subsidy and cannot afford healthy snacks for their children, perhaps they don't have the information given to them on what a well balanced meal is for themselves let alone their children., or maybe they just don't care and give in and give the child what THEY want.

Again, the list goes on for reasons why kids eat crap, doesn't make it right, but you have to look at it differenty instead of jumping on everything that's different than how "you" would do it.

It's great that you have the time to do home made meals. That is the best way to ensure good health and better eating habits in the future.
But again, it;s moderation. Once in a while KD and Alphageti are fine, but do it everyday and that's not so good.

With prices going the way they are, it's HARD to get the foods they need, and let's face it, the food bank is often full of these "horrible" foods.
And when you're in need for it, beggers cannot be choosers.
Kids won't die on the stuff, they'll die faster without anything... and NO one wants that...

just putting it out there.

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I do feed my daughter really healthy foods, probably b/c that's how my husband and I eat. However, I must say that, growing up, my four brothers and I ate and drank a lot of "crap," and managed to stay thin and healthy... :o)

Lauren - posted on 04/24/2010

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Every mom is different on how they riase their child. Good for you if you have the time to make a homeade meal at every sitting but for some of us, its hard. I am a SAHM and have 6 kids. Breakfast and lunch are quick and easy and every night for dinner I make a home cooked meal. Just b/c a kid eats hotdogs or spaghettios doesnt mean your feeding your child crap, those are kid friendly foods. Even when eating those things you still have to throw some fruits and veggies in there also. What kind of food did you eat when you were a kid?????

Deborah - posted on 04/23/2010

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I feed my child the healthiest i can !!!! Not everyone has that luxury, some mothers dont have time to make extra meals to freeze or even from scratch meals daily. We should want our children healthy but what gives anyone else the right to down grade someone when your not in their position . What if they work a full time job on top of being a mom or 2 jobs even. Have your own opinion but dont judge !

Meg - posted on 04/23/2010

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and its their choice to feed them what they want...everybody sees things differently than you ...you worry about your child while everyone else worries about theirs....some people know how to handle what they have going on and others dont...just sayin

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