Got a late night snacker in the house? That’s okay as long as snacks are nutritious and figured into the child’s daily caloric intake. If dinner is served early, it’s not uncommon for kids, especially teens to get hungry again before bed. Just steer them away from unhealthy foods, like chips and ice cream which can lead to adult overeating habits, and steer them towards more nutritious options like fruits and veggies. A healthy snack before bed can actually help kids get some of the vitamins and minerals they may have missed during the day. Snack time can even become part of their calming bedtime routine.