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    My DS is 28 months and a few weeks back he went on a food strike- basically ate nothing for a week and then only a fraction of his normal amount the week after.
    His appetite is back now, and he has a molar coming through so I'm guessing that was the reason why.

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    My 3 year old DD has always had a really light appetite and what you described in your OP is how she eats most days. She tends to eat a larger meal every 3-4 days.

    You might find your DD eats lots at daycare when she starts there - mine did, I think seeing other kids eating helps. And you might find she has no appetite at dinner because they feed them nonstop at daycare. Takes the pressure off you at dinner time!

    I used to stress about it, now I just go with the flow. My DD is growing and active so the doctor said it's not a problem.

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    Thanks so much for the replies, it really has made me feel so much better. She's healthy and happy, I need to stop stressing.

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