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Many parents think the answer is yes. But part of what LOOKS like finicky eating may just be your child learning that he can say “no” if he wants to. This may seem like he is a picky eater, but it’s a normal part of the development of children. Toddlers test their limits, to see what happens if they say “no”.
All toddlers have unique appetites, interests in food, and daily needs in calories, which makes cooking for them challenging. This book will teach you to make toddler lunch times happier times for you and your little one.
From eating only his favorite foods, to refusing to eat occasionally, your toddler may seem tough to please at mealtime. He may have big emotions and big opinions. Feeding toddlers can be difficult. But there are recipes you can use that will make eating enjoyable for all.
Does it seem like your toddler won’t eat healthy foods?
Sugary treats can’t make up the bulk of your child’s diet. Crackers and chips are no better. Fast food is a nightmare – so unhealthy. Fear not! You can solve this conundrum with the kid-tested, parent-approved lunch recipes in this cookbook. Turn the page – let’s get started.
Publication date:April 9, 2019
File size:7353 KB
Simultaneous device usage:Unlimited
Print length:80 pages
Page numbers source ISBN:1093433604