Yes I might have to disappear from work early and do a puree up while she's not home - all these open living kitchens are a killer with fussy kids!
She hates potato of any kind but will eat cous cous - go figure!
On an average day she will have a handful of cereal (nutri grain, 1 weetbix, or a hand ful of mini wheats - no milk). Maybe I'll offer her a cup in the morning - I've even offered sustagen in it but she won't drink that either.
She'll say she's hungry within an hour or so but only wants dry crackers like Savoy's or sometimes a slice of toast with vegemite but she'll only eat half.
Lunch is generally a sandwich of tuna or salami or ham or turkey - sometimes cheese but often not. No other filling.
Again she'll only eat maybe half or 3/4 and then want more crackers. At this point it's a fruit squeezy or nothing. She'll take 30mins to eat the squeezy and then she'll have a cheese stick or rice cracker mix things.
Dinner would lucky to be a cup of food - she does like the kids ravioli which I have been giving her or rice or risotto or something as long as there is no sauce. She'll eat maybe half before having enough but then asking for yoghurt. She has to eat a few more pieces before she gets the yoghurt. If she's still hungry she can have another fruit squeezy.
Before bed it's half a cup of milk.
She's a grazer more than anything and I wouldn't mind if it was grazing on good food but she wants tiny teddies or cheezels which I just can't bring myself to give her much when the rest of her diet is so lacking. She only occasionally eats sweet things - mainly ice cream on a special occasion or a piece of chocolate - won't eat cakes/muffins etc.
Haha @NancyBlackett, I'll look forward to it if you have the time.
It really hit home to me on Sunday when she was the only child at the party that really hadn't eaten that this has got to turn around. I try to cook meals that I know she will eat but even then she doesn't eat it and then DH cracks it at me for it being boring and then at her for not eating it. It's like I'm stuck in groundhog day - I don't even want to cook any more.