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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    That was yesterday.....today like i said is another story. LoL
    Refused dinner, afternoon snack. *sigh*
    Maybe she's full from yesterday.
    Which is why you should keep the diary up for longer than a week or even a month. She might be eating more than you think!

    Even DS sometimes has a day or two where he eats a few crackers, an up and go and maybe some cheese. But thats because for the week he has been eating non stop.

    Your DD has a decent variety of food. She is growing and developing well

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    Thank you, I will keep the diary going, today I was out so it was up to hubby to look after her. He did ok.

    She had an egg
    Fetta cheese and cracker
    Carbonara pasta (few forks)
    Half an avocado
    A strawberry
    2 bottles of milk
    A piece of cheese
    Nibble of a meatball

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Thank you, I will keep the diary going, today I was out so it was up to hubby to look after her. He did ok.

    She had an egg
    Fetta cheese and cracker
    Carbonara pasta (few forks)
    Half an avocado
    A strawberry
    2 bottles of milk
    A piece of cheese
    Nibble of a meatball
    That's more than my 4.5 year old eats! I honestly think you have nothing to worry about with your DDs eating (but totally understand the worry and frustration you experience on her non-eating days)

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    Thank you, she ended up finishing the carbonara

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    I'm concurring with the girls. Definately think you have nothing to worry about with how her appetite is. She's trying a great range of food and finishing of some meals completely which is great

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    Thats actually not all that different to what my 7 year old eats. She's never been a big eater but sits at around 50th percentile.

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    I know, so I shouldn't worry at all when she has bad days. If only I can daunt that into my head.

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    It is hard to do but you will get there.

    Are you getting pressure from anyone else about her eating? Your DH? Parents? In-Laws?

    If so maybe start being positive to them as it can be hard to 'get over' (for want of a better word) the worry if others around you and close to your kids are in a panic too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bezzy View Post
    Thats actually not all that different to what my 7 year old eats. She's never been a big eater but sits at around 50th percentile.
    Another thing to mention, at that age and still now my best chance of getting her to eat a full meal was with a strong flavour. Indian is her favourite food, she ate chickpea curries, spinach naan etc from that age (and now at age 7 at restaurants takes her curries medium lol), or mexican or Greek.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    It is hard to do but you will get there.

    Are you getting pressure from anyone else about her eating? Your DH? Parents? In-Laws?

    If so maybe start being positive to them as it can be hard to 'get over' (for want of a better word) the worry if others around you and close to your kids are in a panic too.
    No pressure from anyone, only have hubby with me.


 

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