I was told not to keep giving in to her demands and if she doesn't want to eat whats for dinner. She get the understanding that this is what's for dinner and go ahead and eat what's given. She refuses to eat anything other than chicken nuggets & fries. So, instead of always doing a seperate dinner for her, I offered her a plate of what we had. Nothing big, turkey, stuffing, potatoes & gravy. She wouldn't eat it. After 10 minutes, I let her leave the table. After a few minutes, asked again but she didn't want dinner only cookies. I told her she could have cookies after she ate. We tried this about 3 times last night & she refused to eat. So I gave her her milk & then water & sent her to bed. This morning pulled out her plate of dinner. Once again she refused to eat. Even when I make eggs or oatmeal, she expects me to keep giving her anything & everything she asks for. At what point will she eat what's given to her?
Asked by Anonymous at 12:18 PM on Oct. 30, 2009 in Toddlers (1-2)
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I've tried this before and gave in. I don't want her go go to bed hungry. But I can't afford to keep throwing away food either. I think last time I did it for the day and by bed time she had won.
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