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    Quote Originally Posted by heartstringz View Post
    I now have to wear a raincoat every time ds eats to protect my clothes. Tonight he threw food in my face then laughed when it hit me in the eye. God i miss the days when he only lived on breastmilk. Breastfeeding was a struggle but at least i didnt wear it all every single feed.
    What do you do when he does it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    What do you do when he does it?
    You name ive tried it. Ive tried ignoring him, telling him off firmly, taking the food away, ive even tried pretending to cry. Nothing works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heartstringz View Post
    You name ive tried it. Ive tried ignoring him, telling him off firmly, taking the food away, ive even tried pretending to cry. Nothing works.
    Hugs.

    I stick to one method every meal for 3 weeks.

    My preferred would be a firm No.
    No explanation, no other talking and take the food away the first time he throws it. Don't give it back. You throw you food your done eating.

    You would have to do it every time for every food given for 3 weeks.

    I hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    Hugs.

    I stick to one method every meal for 3 weeks.

    My preferred would be a firm No.
    No explanation, no other talking and take the food away the first time he throws it. Don't give it back. You throw you food your done eating.

    You would have to do it every time for every food given for 3 weeks.

    I hope this helps.
    So if this was to happen at dinner time & you took the food away would you put him to bed hungry? Im not sure whether i should do that or if hes too young.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heartstringz View Post
    So if this was to happen at dinner time & you took the food away would you put him to bed hungry? Im not sure whether i should do that or if hes too young.
    Yes. I would. My belief is that kids will eat if they want. Them throwing it is a sign they don't want to eat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    Yes. I would. My belief is that kids will eat if they want. Them throwing it is a sign they don't want to eat
    Its hard to know, when im preparing it he acts really hungry but then he throws it. If i take it away he screams like hes hungry, so im really not sure. Thats why this is so hard i honestly don't know if he is hungry or not & i dont want to take it away completely every meal if he is actually hungry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heartstringz View Post
    Its hard to know, when im preparing it he acts really hungry but then he throws it. If i take it away he screams like hes hungry, so im really not sure. Thats why this is so hard i honestly don't know if he is hungry or not & i dont want to take it away completely every meal if he is actually hungry.
    But if he is actually hungry wouldn't he eat it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    But if he is actually hungry wouldn't he eat it?
    I don't know. He throws his breakfast at me after either sleeping through the night or having a breastfeed about 5-6hours before.

    And he is hungry & eats for everyone else just not for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by heartstringz View Post
    I don't know. He throws his breakfast at me after either sleeping through the night or having a breastfeed about 5-6hours before.
    Then take it away and move on with your day.

    Do you eat your meals with him? Eta. I always try to eat with my girls and the same food ideally. More often than not they eat all my food of my plate rather than theirs. This was obviously a few years ago as they are now 3&5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    Then take it away and move on with your day.

    Do you eat your meals with him?
    I was but given i end up wearing his food i wont be anymore, he can sit in the middle of the room by himself to eat from now on.


 

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