source Disney / Pixar When Disney launches its Netflix competitor in 2019, the Mouse House will pull its A-list movies and TV shows from Netflix. New research shows that most Netflix subscribers who have young children, who will likely be most affected by the change, have no idea Disney content will be removed. However, that doesn’t mean they will cancel their subscriptions, likely because Netflix has made a big push to produce its own Netflix originals for kids. For months, media insiders have chattered about Disney’s upcoming streaming service, particularly what effect it will have on Netflix. But new research shows most Netflix subscribers have no idea change is coming and that Disney will pull its marquee content from the streaming pioneer. Since September, Disney has released a bunch of details about the upcoming service, which will be “family” oriented (no R-rated … [Read more...] about Most Netflix subscribers with young kids have no idea Disney content will get pulled off the service
Picky kid eaters lunch ideas
Follow our CNA LIFESTYLE page on Facebook for more parenting stories and videosNEW YORK: It is normal for toddlers to go through a picky eating phase, but experts say parents can help them learn to handle new sensations and avoid a battle of wills.Hildy S Lipner, chief of paediatric speech pathology at Joseph M Sanzari Children’s Hospital in Hackensack, New Jersey, said that by the time she sees children with picky eating problems, they are usually between 18 months and three years old, and already have their patterns well established.While those patterns reflect children’s different temperaments, they may also go back to the way parents and children navigated that normally picky toddler phase.So at six months or so, which is when the American Academy of Paediatrics recommends introducing solid foods into a baby’s diet, parents should be aware that babies are already establishing habits. “The best time to transition kids as you go up the textural … [Read more...] about How to deal with the ‘picky eating’ phase of your toddler
Regine Velasquez, Marian Rivera give tips for feeding picky eaters MANILA, Philippines — Are you a parent or a guardian of a child who is a picky eater? Worry not because Kapuso actresses Regine Velasquez and Marian Rivera are also like you. In separate press conferences, Regine and Marian revealed some tricks they do to make their children eat healthy. Regine: Mix and introduce slowly Related video: Regine shares how she teaches Nate to eat healthy “He is a picky eater talaga,” Regine said of her son, Nate, during their recent launch as new Jollibee endorsers. Before Nate has learned to obey Regine in eating vegetables, there used to be a time when she had to hide vegetables in his food. “Pwede mo namang dayain eh. ‘Pag buo ‘yung kanin nila tapos ‘yung meat nandyan, gawin mo i-osterize mo ‘yung vegetable, ilagay mo sa kanin, ‘Anak, fried rice ‘yan!’” Regine shared. … [Read more...] about Regine Velasquez, Marian Rivera give tips for feeding picky eaters
By Casey Seidenberg The Washington Post Tues., April 3, 2018 Yes, feeding children can be challenging. They can be picky eaters. They may start rejecting foods they once loved or feel too afraid to try new ones. They may refuse vegetables and insist that ketchup tops everything. All these behaviours are normal, yet as parents, there are right ways and wrong ways to respond. We can help our kids push through these periods with healthy habits intact, or we can lead them toward overeating, emotional eating or picky eating through the way we handle food. I spoke with Dina Rose, a sociologist, parent educator and author of It’s Not About the Broccoli: Three Habits to Teach Your Kids for a Lifetime of Healthy Eating, about creating and nurturing healthy relationships with food. Rose explained to me that “when parents are really heavily focused on their kids such as ‘how can I get my kid to eat this’ or on the food such as ‘what can I cook that … [Read more...] about Parental feeding styles can have consequences for kids, which type is yours?
By Andrea Gordon Education Reporter Tues., March 20, 2018 It’s not the kind of picnic scene most parents imagine. Picture it: A 6-year-old’s jacket spread on the floor of the boys’ bathroom in a school basement. Lunch containers, abandoned crusts and blobs of ketchup are scattered around. Rambunctious classmates spray water at each other, while a handful of others race around the hallway. No adult is in sight. “It was scary to see,” says John Ledbrook, who dropped by Regal Road Public School in Toronto recently and discovered his son Sebastien lunching in the unappetizing — not to mention unhygienic — surroundings. But at least it was quieter than the crammed lunchroom of about 100 kids and one supervisor, which his dad describes as “a total zoo.” A few days later, Ledbrook and his wife got an email from the Grade 1 teacher reporting that their son and a buddy hadn’t shown up for class after lunch. … [Read more...] about School lunch served with side order of chaos