Home visiting interventions have been extensively studied and demonstrated to be effective in improving many maternal and child health outcomes. Early childhood nutrition education and obesity prevention has largely not been implemented within the context of home visiting, but holds potential for impacting children’s health, development, and learning. This article provides new insights into specific opportunities for the integration of healthy eating and childhood obesity prevention into existing home visiting models. This approach holds great promise in improving dietary and health outcomes and reducing the burden of health disparities experienced by high-risk children and families and provides opportunities for RDNs to support establishing healthy dietary behaviors early in life.