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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Published by littlearrowfly on May 19, 2017

"Breast or bottle?"

These were the first words my husband and I heard when we finally met the Pediatric Gastroenterologist after nearly six months of advocating for help in understanding and treating our infant daughter's complex feeding struggle.

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Join Our Team

Published by Feeding Matters on May 18, 2017

We are looking for two dedicated, goal-oriented, and team-focused individuals to join our team! At Feeding Matters, our team motto is "anything but ordinary". We bring together families, healthcare professionals, and community supporters to create a world in which children with pediatric feeding disorders will thrive.

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The Importance of Flow Rate in Infant Feeding

Published by Allyson Goodwyn-Craine on May 17, 2017

For infants, the act of eating is one of the truest definitions of second nature. It is a very intricate process that, on occasion, may be a struggle. Parents of infants who experience feeding difficulties can find support working with a Speech-Language Pathologist or Occupational Therapist with advanced, specialized training in pediatric feeding. Breast feeding support is also provided by Lactation Specialists.

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Join Us In Congratulations

Published by Feeding Matters on May 13, 2017

We are pleased to announce the promotions of Jaclyn Goris to Senior Director of Programs and Strategic Initiatives, and Kate Jacobsen to Marketing and Communications Manager.

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Learning to find peace and acceptance with Feeding Challenges

Published by RobynNurse on May 12, 2017

When my second child, Danny, was born, all I remember focusing on was the fact that this would be easier than my first! I was no longer a new “first time” mom and surely could predict at all times what my second child wanted or needed. Certainly, I had been doing a fabulous job with my first child. I could handle anything that would come my way with ease. Having a child with feeding challenges from birth definitely was an awakening for me.

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