What is your feeding approach?

At Let’s Eat! we often get asked by parents and professionals about our feeding approach. After working in the industry for 18 years, I have refined and developed our Let’s Eat! approach so that it continues to be evidence based and clinically delivers the feeding outcomes that parents want. We use a responsive feeding approach […]

Banana pancakes anyone?

I love making pancakes for my family on the weekend. And if I’m awake enough, I usually double the recipe and make smaller pancakes to take for morning tea during the week. Fresh pancakes are great for toddlers because you can mash the banana if they are still learning to chew or if you want […]

Tongue Ties – will it affect your child’s feeding skills and speech skills?

Babies with tongue ties (medically termed as “Ankyloglossia”) are one of the common referrals Paediatric Feeding Speech Pathologists get. They  are usually diagnosed at birth and regardless of feeding method, most mothers worry about the impact of their baby’s tongue tie on feeding and speech development. Source of picture: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/medical/IM04660 Is it common? The incidence of […]