When I make dinner each night, I make one thing. I'm not a short-order cook for anybody unless someone is ill and can't stomach the food. I make an effort to include things everyone likes.
Tonight I made spaghetti and garlic bread. My son (almost 6) refuses to eat meat unless it's a chicken nugget or meatloaf, go figure! I made the spaghetti with ground beef. Sometimes I dish his for him before adding the meat since he hates it so much but tonight I added meat to his too. He threw a fit! I told him to pick out the meat or eat around it.
Was that so terrible of me to do? It's not like it's that difficult for me to make his plate before adding the meat... I just want everyone to eat the same thing. I don't feel like I should have to deal with the hassle of preaparing everyone's meals to their likings while also taking care of the house and everything else!
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