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    Looking to have a chat/email with parents of 3 - 6 year old kids that have limited meal variety. As in only eats chicken nuggets/sausages or a particular toasted sandwich for dinner and won't try new food for a sustained period of time (1 year +)

    Please reply or pm me if you are in or were in this boat and happy to discuss.

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    I had a child like that.

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    my dd was like that too.. she's 3.5 now and just over the last 6 months she has started to enjoy other food. i found putting her in the bath with LOTS of bubbles and toys and feeding her something different works. she doesn't seem to realise she's eating something different, funny enough. she must be having lots of fun to notice. lol.

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    This is me.
    Ds1 has gone from eating almost anything and in healthy quantities to eating almost nothing and trying to weasel out of meals. He summarised his opinion on the matter when he said to me only recently that eating was boring.
    Am happy to chat and swap stories.


 

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