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    Quote Originally Posted by redlipsandpearls View Post
    She only eats lollies?
    No, it was "lol"... She's laughing at us poor mummies! Haha..


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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    Well, another day, another lunch and dinner gone to waste.
    For lunch I made her crumbed chicken strips, wedges and cherry tomatoes on the side. She took one bite of a wedge. That's it.
    For dinner I was sure she'd wolf it down as I made her usual favourite, spaghetti bol with lots of hidden veg. She didn't even taste it.
    She's currently asking for chocolate.



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    Argh. Feel your pain. You go to the trouble of making things then they refuse! !!!
    Don't give up!

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    Found these in the health food shop. Hoping they might appeal to DD. They are quite 'melty' in the mouth. She did try the strawberry ones today. And actually ate one.

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    Here is what she is now eating for "dinner".. 2 dry weetbix. It's all she would eat!

    Ugh. It's fibre... at least...low sugar....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    Here's a story for you ...

    My DS1 (now 6) would ONLY eat pasta for dinner as a 2/3 year old. Used to cry and whinge and refuse anything else.

    Now as a 6 year old he eats chicken, lamb, fish, medium rare steak, salmon patties, steamed veg just about anything! (He is in the process of being diagnosed with possible aspergus).

    He still has a bit of a thing about food in that he won't eat too much 'unhealthy' food. Like if he's already had stuff that day that not really nutritious he'll not eat any thing else unless it's healthy.

    But he will try everything offered to him now knowing he can spit it out if he doesn't like it.

    My DS2 (3yrs) is a fussy little thing but refuses to eat pasta!!! He'd live off poached eggs, avocado and fruit if I let him... It's a struggle every night at dinner time.
    Oh wow this gives me hope! Ds1 is 3 and will only eat pasta for dinner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redlipsandpearls View Post
    She only eats lollies?
    Haha she most certainly does not! Barely had any since her entry to the world lol.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    No, it was "lol"... She's laughing at us poor mummies! Haha..


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    Lol that is probably more like it. My giggly little princess!


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    We had peas and corn tonight. It is driving me crazy.

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    My son is 2 and will rarely eat anything unless its sweet. He wont eat veggies unless its mashed potato and the only fruit he eats is banana. At the moment he wont eat anything except party pies and cheese He just rejects everything and its sooo frustrating

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    This thread is great.i found the other thread quite upsetting and made me feel like a complete failure. My 17 month dd (9kg) doesn't have any sensory issues so I don't have that to excuse her terrible eating. I was exactly the same though- mum thinks it's great that she's getting some revenge.
    I am determined not to turn food into a battle ground. If she doesn't want it, fine. I fought with my mum over dinner for years until I was old enough to cook for myself. I starved myself every night and I was so hungry. I will not go through that with dd.

    It changes (and is getting less and less) what she will eat. This is her current menu. Judge away ladies.

    Brekkie- coco pops. Yep every day. Tbh it has vitamins and minerals added so I'm pleased she eats something for breakfast now.

    Snacks- sultanas, fruit bars or cheese sticks
    No real fruit, muffins etc

    Lunch- toast or cheese spread on cruskits.

    Dinner -hot chips, corn or mac and cheese or toast. Sometimes a bite or two of a nugget or fish finger. It is rare for her to eat much at dinner.

    Dessert- custard or yogurt (she always had this but now more often than not she refuses)

    She likes Maccas chicken mcbites lol. I give her this once a week.

    So basically no meat veg and any fruit. I try to sneak in a multivitamin liquid or tablet but no success. I use wonder white bread for the added vitamins and minerals.

    She won't drink anything but water.

    Loves my boobs.

    Eta: I try to offer new things and fruit like bananas she used to eat and veg and meat but I get frustrated at the wastage.
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