Answer by DaGoodLife at 4:57 PM on Jul. 22, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 12:16 PM on Jul. 22, 2009
She throws her food on the floor because she is learning physics. She is thinking "what will happen to this if i throw it?" I know it's annoying, but that is the reason why they throw. Once they learn that things land differently, she will try to throw all kinds of things. She will not eat healthy food because you gave her junk at too early of an age. My daughter did not have a single potato chip, or ice cream until she was 2 years old. She tried cake on her first birthday & hated it, because she was not used to it. Your going to have to let her get a bit hungry before you can change her eating habits. Only put healthy food on her plate, junk IS NOT an option. If you keep feeding her junk because you worry she won't eat anything, then she will continue her junk habit for life. Don't even give her the option to have junk, wipe it clean from her diet. Kids don't need it. That is why there are too many obese children.
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