Everyday is a struggle to just get my 4-year-old step son to eat anything. I make him breakfast and he screams at me "I don't want that," "I'm not going to eat." When my husband and I get so sick of fighting with him we finally say fine eat nothing and wait for lunch. Then lunch rolls around and its a hit or miss on weather the kid feels like eating at that time or not. Then because he hasn’t eaten much all day he will complain for about an hour before dinner that he's hungry, we will tell him to wait for dinner, and when dinners ready all of a sudden "I'm not hungry," "I don't like that," "I'm not going to eat" and on and on it goes. We try to feed the kid things he likes as well as healthy food, but most of the time it doesn’t matter if his favorite food or food he hates he still acts the same way and just refuses to eat anything that’s not a damn cookie!!Answer Question
Answer by Anonymous at 2:32 PM on Oct. 17, 2009
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Answer by Carajust at 5:58 PM on Oct. 17, 2009
Don't have the junk food accessible! I don't keep junk food in my house so my kids don't eat it. On a rare treat I might get some snake cakes or something like that. My kids don't like it and will ask for carrots or broccoli for a snack.
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