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Is your little one a picky eater or does s/he eat pretty well?
Shawn is a great eater! He eats just about everything and eats a lot, but he's not really chunky. I don't know where it all goes but I love that he eats fruits and veggies and isn't a pain in the butt.
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Rebecca is very picky, some days she'll go without eating really anything at all, it drives me mad, but she's healthy somehow. I hope her eating habits will improve as she gets older.
My ds Brandon was a total pain in the butt to feed. He ate NOTHING! I had him in a feeding clinic for a while. I think she'll outgrow it because Brandon eventually did. He's still picky but he eats a heck of a lot better than he did when he was a baby.
Reagan used to eat everything, now she's getting somewhat picky. She has really started to like fruit and yogurt. Sometimes she pitches a fit and wants to eat nothing but yogurt. It depends on the day. Today at least she ate most of her chicken.
Really picky eater here. Sometimes she'll ask to be fed ("nam nam") but turn her nose at everything I offer her. She likes variety, bananas are usually a good bet but sometimes she'll eat half a banana and then want something else.
She's still mostly breast fed and growing just fine on that. She's slim but healthy.
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Dd is both... when she wants something, she will eat really well. When she decides she doesn't want to eat, there is NO WAY to get her to eat, regardless of what you offer. Needless to say, we have days where she eats a ton, then other days she will eat next to nothing.
It depends on the day and the situation. There are days where she'll eat an apple whole without chewing if I would let her and then there are days that she'll pick at it unless I put the slices in a ziplock baggie and let her walk around with them. Or some days she'll eat a G bell pepper at the table just fine and days like today she will only eat it out of a jar in the carseat vs at the park with the other kids.