I read this article on the USA Today website and couldn't help but feel for all the paleo parents out there.
I recently spent some time with my in-laws and was able to observe the eating habits of my 1 year old niece and 3 year old nephew. Their parents keep them very active (lots of outside time and play), grow a garden at home, and are very good about consistent, fair discipline, but I also noticed some things that I, from my child-less position of ignorance, considered alarming.
It seemed like the kids followed a daily routine of nap or sleep, eat something (from what I observed, microwave popcorn, nutri-grain cereal bar, macaroni and cheese, cheese, juice, conventional whole milk, or a banana), run amok, meltdown, eat something (same list as before), nap, repeat.
I did some research on WAPF and looked up some previous paleohacks posts, which seem to show no problems with kids eating meat, veggies, fermented foods, offal, and even cod liver oil.
Obviously, none of these foods are being marketed to kids and most kid's books seem to assume that cupcakes and icecream are perfectly good teaching tools (number 6 bestselling kids book on amazon, number 8 bestselling kids book on amazon).
I'm wondering how you Paleo Hack parents combat these messages and what seems to work with your kids in spite of the odds being stacked against you.