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    Im so sick of wearing most of ds's food every meal. Ive tried ignoring him, ive tried repremanding him, nothing works. He takes it off his tray or out of his mouth & throws it at me. I now have half chewed up lumps of mince & mashed potato all over my jacket.

    I need a bib of my own, so i dont have to change my outfit after every meal

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    Im so sick of wearing most of ds's food every meal. Ive tried ignoring him, ive tried repremanding him, nothing works. He takes it off his tray or out of his mouth & throws it at me. I now have half chewed up lumps of mince & mashed potato all over my jacket.

    I need a bib of my own, so i dont have to change my outfit after every meal
    Have you tried teaching him to tell you he's done when he doesn't want more? DS1 would sometimes get bored and start acting up if we weren't paying attention that he'd had enough. I taught him the sign for all done using baby sign language and it really helped.

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    We do baby sign too @FrothyFrog. We love it. Ds has learnt so many signs now.

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    We do baby sign too @FrothyFrog. We love it. Ds has learnt so many signs now.
    It's so cute when they do them back to you. I should have done more with DS2 but we only taught him a few basic ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrothyFrog View Post
    Have you tried teaching him to tell you he's done when he doesn't want more? DS1 would sometimes get bored and start acting up if we weren't paying attention that he'd had enough. I taught him the sign for all done using baby sign language and it really helped.
    He does it from the start of every meal. Hasnt evven eaten anything to be full. Its a game to him but im struggling to break it

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    Quote Originally Posted by heartstringz View Post
    He does it from the start of every meal. Hasnt evven eaten anything to be full. Its a game to him but im struggling to break it
    Take the food away every time. Say in a nice but firm voice "We don't throw food in our house" or something similar. Wait a minute or 2 and than give it back.

    It will work but you have to be consistent. It may take a few weeks but it will happen.

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    Sometimes I feel like taking ds to daycare at breakfast, lunch & dinner time on the two weekdays he doesnt attend cause at least that way he will eat something.

    He eats beautifully for everyone & will not eat anything for me. Ive tried blw & purees & spoonfeeding & finger food. He was eating for me for about a week then he stopped.

    So i guess he'll just exist soley on milk two days a week & hopefully he gets enough nutrients the other days, cause this has been going on for over 6 months now & im ready to just give up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heartstringz View Post
    Sometimes I feel like taking ds to daycare at breakfast, lunch & dinner time on the two weekdays he doesnt attend cause at least that way he will eat something.

    He eats beautifully for everyone & will not eat anything for me. Ive tried blw & purees & spoonfeeding & finger food. He was eating for me for about a week then he stopped.

    So i guess he'll just exist soley on milk two days a week & hopefully he gets enough nutrients the other days, cause this has been going on for over 6 months now & im ready to just give up.
    With this age you have to look at what they eat over the whole week and it sounds like he's good if you look at the whole week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrothyFrog View Post
    With this age you have to look at what they eat over the whole week and it sounds like he's good if you look at the whole week.
    I agree with this. Have you asked his childcare what they do differently? Different food, different chair, different timing?


 

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