Michelle Piccolo


Michelle Piccolo previously worked as fashion and lifestyle publicist for 13 years. But since her son Jack started eating solids, she's been so focused on what he eats that she turned to blogging and running a toddler-focused cooking Instagram called @feedingourtoddlers. Part of her content chronicles what she feeds her son and the rest showcases other moms and what they make for their toddlers, along with their feeding tips and challenges when it comes to mealtime.


Prior to running Feeding Our Toddlers, Michelle worked in public relations as an account executive. She oversaw the planning and execution of various galas, fashion shows, book shoots, and brand relaunches working with brands like Chopard, Herve Leger, Soul Cycle, NYDJ, and more. 


Michelle has a bachelor’s degree in fashion business with a combined concentration in communications from Albright College in Reading, PA.

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