Hi, I’m Kim!
I’m a dietitian that coaches parents on their journey to help their child add new foods to a limited diet and bring the joy back to eating.
I help parents gain confidence, so they can create happy meal times and support their child’s eating without pressure or stress.
Are you feeling anxious that your child isn’t getting the nutrients they need to grow and thrive? Are you stressing, trying to make a meal for the whole family that everyone will eat? Does the thought of your child’s limited diet make you fearful for their future?
I get it. I’ve been there.
My child went from eating quite literally anything as a baby, to one by one rejecting foods. Initially, I didn’t even notice it happening. Then, one day I looked back and thought, how did we end up here and what can I do to help us work our way back?
So, I gave myself a little pep talk, reminded myself that what my child eats does not define my success as a mother, and dove headfirst into the world of picky eating.
Now I take everything I’ve studied, personally tried, and used to help other parents just like you, and personalize it to fit your needs. I provide actionable steps that fit into your busy life to overcome feeding barriers and make progress. I focus on the HOW and WHY of feeding kids to reduce your stress, so you can set your child up for healthy eating for a lifetime.
I know adding more to your to-do list feels impossible. As a mom of two little boys, I understand. But the one thing I consistently hear from parents is, I wish I had started sooner. When helping picky eaters make progress, the younger the better. Starting now gives your child the best chance at making progress and you get to save yourself years of worry and stress.
Feeding your child is something you do multiple times a day, every day. Let’s make it a time that’s filled with joy!
A little more about me…
- Registered Dietitian
- Dietetic Internship at University of Virginia Health System
- Bachelor of Science in Nutrition from University of Pittsburgh
I just can’t seem to stay away from food, so when I’m not working or doing “mom things,” you can find me in the garden or sewing felt foods. I also enjoy hiking with my family, sitting around our fire pit making s’mores, and binge watching dramas on Netflix after my kids are in bed.
Want to get to know me even better? Follow me on Instagram where I share daily tips on small changes to make a big impact when feeding your picky eater.