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Article Spotlight ~ The “Healthy Food” Path – By Kendra Fletcher

by / Wednesday, 09 October 2013 / Published in Article Spotlight, Articles-The Littlest Homeschooler, Blog, Magazine
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*Amidst all of God’s glory, does your toddler first recognize man-made arches painted yellow?

*Are you enduring an upward battle when it comes to getting your little ones to eat healthy food?

*Where and how to you even begin to spark interest in healthy foods?

*Find links to helpful tips and tricks to introducing new foods to your kids.

*No more pandering!

 
 
 
 
 

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