Feeding tubes in little ones might be rare, but chances are you know someone who’s had a challenge feeding their baby or toddler—whether or not it involved a tube. There’s a new essay in this Sunday’s NYTimes Magazine by a dear friend of mine, who along with her husband and wonderful therapists, taught her daughter to eat after an extended period on a feeding tube. It explores the relationship between hunger and eating, food and comfort, and whether or not we can trust our kids to trust their hunger, even in extreme situations. You won’t want to miss it. (You may, however, want to grab a few tissues before you start.
Read the full story, When Your Baby Won’t Eat, right here.