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    Quote Originally Posted by melimum View Post
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    Dd looked pretty impressed with her dinner, I tried a bento style but day before grocery day I didnt have much to work with. She had broccoli, peas corn and carrot, a little bit of Moroccan chicken and some creamy pasta. She ate all the broccoli, all the peas corn carrot, some pasta, no chicken. This kid will not eat meat!

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    I wish my child would eat veg!!!!! Ahhhh I guess you can't have it both ways haha

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    Forgot to take a photo tonight but we all had spag bol for dinner, loaded with veg (carrot, zucchini, mushroom, spinach, capsicum). She ate it all, shoveled it down like she hadn't eaten in days. It's so hard to keep up with her appetite at the moment!

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    Tonights dinner garlic chicken and veg.

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    Roast chicken & steamed veg ... Oh and a puddle of BBQ sauce

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    Quote Originally Posted by melimum View Post
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    Dd looked pretty impressed with her dinner, I tried a bento style but day before grocery day I didnt have much to work with. She had broccoli, peas corn and carrot, a little bit of Moroccan chicken and some creamy pasta. She ate all the broccoli, all the peas corn carrot, some pasta, no chicken. This kid will not eat meat!

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    What a cutie!

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    Just thought I'd share this - my kids love monster smoothies.

    It's just banana, ice, water, chobani natural Greek yoghurt & spinach. You could use milk but I just used the last of it in their weetbix this morning.

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    Your kids all eat veggies??? Anyone wants to swap? I gave DS noodle, springrolls (which he loves) with some lettuce, bean sprout, cuccumber, herbs chopped finely. He got mad at me when he detected a piece of veggie and threw everything on the floor argggg

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovesushi View Post
    Your kids all eat veggies??? Anyone wants to swap? I gave DS noodle, springrolls (which he loves) with some lettuce, bean sprout, cuccumber, herbs chopped finely. He got mad at me when he detected a piece of veggie and threw everything on the floor argggg
    How old is he? He may just grow out of it. When my DS was around 2 he went through a long phase of refusing veggies. I had to hide them really really well. He was like that for maybe 6 months or a bit longer, now he will eat any veggie if it's cooked. Won't eat them raw, so won't touch salad.
    Just keep hiding them and keep offering them whole, he will probably come around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    How old is he? He may just grow out of it. When my DS was around 2 he went through a long phase of refusing veggies. I had to hide them really really well. He was like that for maybe 6 months or a bit longer, now he will eat any veggie if it's cooked. Won't eat them raw, so won't touch salad.
    Just keep hiding them and keep offering them whole, he will probably come around.
    Thanks! He's 22mo so hopefully it's will pass soon.


 

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