Rosalie first became interested in nutrition during her training as a ballet dancer. Between her life in the professional dance world to her second career as an architect to her additional role as a mother, Rosalie discovered that most people feel confused by what to eat, let alone feed their children.
Once her first child started eating table food, she took on the task of navigating this new yummy yucky world of a toddler. Nutritionists told her the facts and cookbooks told her complicated ways to prepare toddler meals. Neither source spoke to the every day task of putting healthy food in her toddler's chubby, outreached hand. She then developed a system to simultaneously survive her busy part-time working mom schedule and to satisfy the needs of her growing toddler.
Rosalie has two children, started her own architecture firm and is writing a book about how to get toddlers and preschoolers to eat vegetables so they will grow up to make healthy choices for themselves.