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    They can eat as much or as little as they want.
    But if they don't eat everything they don't get anything else after.

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    Not really strict about times and quantities but I'm pretty strict about what my DS eats (he's 2).

    We try to eat breakfast and dinner together, mainly the same food or a version for DS. I just give him as much as he wants to eat, he will try most things and if he doesn't like one part of his dinner, I don't worry. If he's not keen on something, I'll replace it with something else but he's pretty good at eating most things. I usually give him his lunch in his yumbox tray (like a bento tray) and he loves eating things from that. We do most meals at the same times and morning and afternoon tea but if he asks for something between meals I give it to him, pretty relaxed really.

    He gets pretty excited about "lollies" most days at morning tea (which are prunes!). That gag prob won't last for too long so I'm making the most of it!


 

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