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08-07-2013 13:28 #43
I don't cook separately for children when we have them over for occasions, my 2 boys eat whatever we are having and I don't think I've ever had any child come over & not eat what we're having (last week we had friends over and their boys plus my 2 ate kangaroo salad with pumpkin & feta).
I do always have something in my handbag for the boys to eat if they are hungry, but generally I expect them to eat whatever is offered or at least try it.
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