i hope this doesn't make me sound ignorant, as i consider myself to be fairly educated, but here goes:
so, i'm almost halfway through my pregnancy, and it occurred to me yesterday that such a huge emphasis is placed on making sure that kids got enough calcium to "grow big and strong". well, although i'm lacto-ovo, i don't eat much dairy (that's not a good source of calcium anyway), and i'm hoping to raise my future kid/s the same way.
my question is, how do i get them enough calcium? supplements? i can't imagine that i would be able to feed them enough fortified OJ, non-dairy milks, broccoli, tofu, and kale on a daily basis in order for them to meet their requirements. i would appreciate any insight.