Of course that doesn’t help us when it comes to trying to get good food into their tummies does it? A once brilliant eater will suddenly refuse whole food groups and this can make mealtimes one big headache.
Bridie By The Sea shares a long list of ways her toddler’s fussy ways – I am sure we can all relate to them and nod along! Messy Blog also shares her story and openly admits to being smug before, seeing others with fussy eaters – but now she is living with a fussy eater!
Sometimes there really doesn’t seem any rhyme or reason to it all and Nicola from Nicola Says has been sharing a few tips for dealing with a fussy toddler. I think the best being to not give in to the easy option all the time.
Bubba Blue and Me has some brilliant tips for avoiding a fussy child, sharing what she did through the weaning stage that worked for her. Always good to hear success stories isn’t it?
I was one of the smug ones, Gracie was and still is an amazing eater but Lils is another kettle of fish entirely. She is starting to pick out onions from spaghetti bolognese and pick out the filling from her sandwiches. I will be using these tips myself – wish me luck!
Have you got any tips to share or are you living with a fussy eater?
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