Our blog is focused on the issue of pediatric feeding struggles. Feeding struggles are complex, extremely varied, and affect more than just the child. You can expect to see posts from feeding experts, parents who have walked the walk, and of course, us here at Feeding Matters.

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Congenital Heart Disease + Pediatric Feeding Disorders

Published by Little Earthling on February 13, 2018

For February, a time known for American Heart Month, National Wear Red day, and Valentine’s Day, Feeding Matters welcomes guest contributor Renee Bergeron, author of Little Earthling Blog. A mom of 14, Renee always dreamed of a peaceful home full of little feet, days spent on a lovely piece of property with a lush organic garden to supply our family’s needs.

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Why I Give: Setting the Bar for Excellence

Published by Kristen French on February 12, 2018

It seems like non-profits have been asking me to donate for as long as I can remember.  Whether I was stopped by a stranger asking for spare change outside of a convenient store, someone was trying to sell me cookies or I participated in a food drive, the request for donations was constant – even as a young adult.  Now that I’m older, the requests for donations are more frequent and more personal and more of a financial commitment.  In my earl

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Why I am Fired Up About Nutrition – Feeding Tube Awareness Week 2018

Published by Traci Nagy on February 06, 2018

Traci Nagy with her son

Feeding Tube Awareness Foundation Founder Traci Nagy with her son. (2010)

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Meet Zoe

Published by Feeding Matters on January 22, 2018

At 3 months old, Zoe began showing signs of pediatric feeding disorders - refusing to eat, arching her back, screaming, and crying at mealtimes. Her parents were desperate for help. From being misdiagnosed with aspiration to her complete refusal to eat, see Zoe’s journey with pediatric feeding disorders and her family’s search for a resolution. 

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A Day in the Life… Brenda

Published by Feeding Matters on January 12, 2018

Many people are unaware of the impact of pediatric feeding disorders. Today, Brenda shares her son’s daily feeding schedule. James, age 3, has an undiagnosed pediatric feeding disorder and relies on a feeding tube for his nutrition.

A Day in the Life… Brenda

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