Creating food charts for your kids

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So dealing with snacks and lunches can be an incredible source of stress for a parent. And I myself can remember standing in front of the refrigerator almost getting a panic attack. And once you figure out something that your child likes like a bagel, you start making it every day. And after a while, they don’t want the bagel anymore. So what I did is I have a rotating chart for two weeks with different snacks. And each child gets to pick one thing. On Friday, I have my junk food day. So they get one day with unhealthy food. And these charts have a lot of great benefits. Number one, you can make a shopping list that goes with them. So when you’re at the store, you don’t buy a bunch of unnecessary things. These little charts and the shopping list also makes it really easy to delegate. You can hand this off to your mother-in-law, your husband, or your babysitter, and they will also know what to do.

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Leana Greene is the founder and CEO of Kids In The House, the world's largest parenting video library and a mother to three kids. She spent three years interviewing 500 parenting experts from all over the United States, giving her a uniquely strong grasp on the latest in parenting and the different perspectives of many experts. Leana’s goal in creating Kids in the House was to create a multi-media hub where parents everywhere could get quick, easy information from leading experts that they would otherwise be unable to access. Leana is constantly looking at the data on KidsintheHouse.com and has the finger on the pulse of what parents are concerned about today.

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