It seems like she always has the same thing. I serve a fruit or veggie along with either PB/J, mac and cheese, chicken nuggets, grilled cheese, or leftover dinner. We're not big lunch eaters around here because I always make a big, wholesome dinner, but I feel like she needs more variety.
Asked by Anonymous at 9:45 AM on Nov. 9, 2009 in Preschoolers (3-4)
I have wondered this same thing but for different reasons. Thank you for posting this question. My son is three but is very particular about what he will eat. More so than most "picky" children. He has had some medical issues which left him fearful of choking. Right now he is comfortable with peanut-butter crackers that I fix as a sandwich, yogurt, applesauce, nutrigrain bar, and a drink. Sometimes we put in grilled cheese to heat up (his school will heat up food), pancakes or waffles and we put in syrup in a container. Of course goldfish. I do peanut-butter sandwiches in cookie cutter cut outs to add more fun to his lunch. In part in hoping he will eat it. I also add a protien drink. I would do just about anything if I thought the kid would eat it. He also has pizza every Tuesday.
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