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    Default Re: 2 year olds eating driving me nuts!!!

    Well i served DD steak and veg (mash pot, pumpkin, broccoli and green beans) for dinner and explained to her what each one was and she sat next to me with a big fork ( didnt want a kids one) and she ate some mashed potato and a some steak. Couldnt believe it.

    So i need to just keep being consistent in offering veg and if she doesnt eat her dinner not panic she is gonna starve and give her toast!

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    Default 2 year olds eating driving me nuts!!!

    I too wouldn't offer toast if dinner is refused. Our 2yo gets yoghurt after every dinner as dessert so we know she will eat that. But occ she refused that too.

    Sometimes I think they are just not that hungry.

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    Default Re: 2 year olds eating driving me nuts!!!

    Ds is 5 and has started to refuse dinner again. I want to move it back a few hours as he is starving when he gets home from school. But today I refused snacks and he ate a full dinner and then some.

    I thought it might help you to know it happens. No matter the age.

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