Dallas Morning News Mommy DIETITIAN Blogger
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Dallas Morning News Mommy DIETITIAN Blogger

I’ve been reading the Mom’s Blog at the Dallas Morning News since I found out I was pregnant. There, I’ve found much wisdom, humor and basic information from parents that make me realize that I am a completely normal Mom!

Imagine my surprise when I was asked by the editor, Nancy Churnin, to begin submitting blog posts of my own. “I’ve only been a Mom for a few months,” I said. “what could I possibly have to share with your readers?” Nancy encouraged me to write about my perspective on feeding a child-from the ground up-with a caveat. That caveat is that my background and profession. So, as a new mom and a registered dietitian, I’ll be blogging weekly on Thursdays at 3:00pm CST about my trials and tribulations with feeding my 10 1/2 month old son.

You can read my first post here: Feeding My Son Pickles, Herbs and Spices. Please feel free to comment and let me know what other topics you’d like to see! Thanks for reading!

  • Lutter
    Posted at 11:32h, 19 July Reply

    Hey Robin! I appreciate your "testing the waters" and reporting on what you find to share with other moms. I've just started feeding my 5.5 month old solids and have already added cinnamon and ginger to his rice cereal. Thank you for being so inspirational – keep on giving us your insights!
    ~Carrie Lutter, RD/LD, LMSW

  • Amber Massey
    Posted at 18:18h, 19 July Reply

    Congrats, Robin!! That is awesome- keep up the good work Mommy Blogger 🙂

  • Kati
    Posted at 21:56h, 19 July Reply

    I was pregnant with my first child during my senior year of undergrad and had to do a lot of "experimental studies" with him despite having a dietetics background. I think its great to see your experiences right from the get-go because not only do you know the importance of nutrition, but you will learn and share even more through the process. It kind of forces you to get creative with what you know and apply it in a completely new way.

    Congrats on the new title!


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