Let's face it: Your kid probably has two or three school-day favorites that you pack over and over again (snore!). To shake things up, we've supplied you with 25 healthy and easy twists on popular noontime fare plus sides and snacks that you might have never considered. Follow our plan for an easy A.
As a food writer and cooking teacher I'm what most people would call a foodie, but my four-year-old, Harry, couldn't care less. I didn't take my fate as mother of a fussy eater lying down -- read about all the ways I fought back against his unadventurous taste buds.
... mealtime go from a cute mess to an epic battle?
"Pickiness usually starts around 18 months and can last... with your food prep, hide veggies in foods she likes, and more. Since there are many types of pickiness, you...'ll need to figure out what works for your child. The key: Keep trying.
Don't label him "picky...
..., the fussy preteen eater, just like the picky toddler, is struggling for autonomy and independence...Susan Lewin took it in stride when her daughter, Jessica, was a finicky eater as a toddler.... But the New York City mom figured the child would outgrow her pickiness in due time. It hasn't happened yet...
Smart-alecky comments, sass, and disrespectful gestures, such as eye rolls and lip smacks, seem to be the norm when children talk back to you nowadays. Try these tips to nip your child's bold and brash behavior in the bud.