Easy Ways To Deal With Your Fussy Eater
Divya Sainathan 7 Mins Read
Kids reject food for a variety of reasons, and it can be extremely worrying and frustrating for parents. Heres how to handle their demands and help them try new foods.
It was a Monday morning. My 4-year-old son was bathed and seated at the dining table with a hot, crisp dosa on his plate. His online class was 45 minutes away. I felt goodmy child had plenty of time to eat something he really liked. This should be a fuss-free morning.About 20 minutes later, he had gone through four dips for just half a dosapolishing off portions of chutney, sugar, chutney powder and peanut butter and demanding a spoonful of jam while the dosa lay cold and ignored. I had catered to my sons every whim in my desperation to get him to eat his breakfast.When kids sit at the table for a meal, coaxing, begging, bribing, scolding and crying become the order of the day. Such mealtime battles take a heavy toll on our sanity and our relationship with our kids. Its a fairly short walk from Is my.