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she's not eating..what to do..

breakfast:
we rotate between ceareal, waffles, toast w/eggs and ham, pancake, a poptart on occasion and biscuits and gravy
morning snack:
usually a granola bar or some cheese and crackers
lunch:
rotate between chicken nuggets w/apple sauce and carrots, corn dog w/peaches and corn, mac-n-cheese w/mandarine oranges and peas, chicken and noodles w/asparagus and apples (left overs from the night before)
afternoon snack:
a cookie and some orange slices
dinner:
rotate with chicken noodles asparagus, meatloaf green beans and potates, spaghetti, chicken-n-rice with peas, chicken and stuffing with corn, tacos with rice and beans..
bedtime snack:
pop corn and milk

my dd is not eating hardly anything at all..she eats anything that wont eat her..exvept for the past two weeks..she's just taking bites here and there..and i don't think its enough to get full on..is it a phase?..any advice would be greatly appreciated!

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Anonymous

Asked by Anonymous at 3:10 PM on Feb. 11, 2010 in Toddlers (1-2)

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  • stock up on pediasure!
    TMJ121099

    Answer by TMJ121099 at 3:17 PM on Feb. 11, 2010

  • cut out the granola bars. My son has learned (because I give into him a lot) that he will get a snack if he cries long enough or eats a light meal. This is changing and it has been hard- but he eats much better now. Also, he loves dipping things. put a squirt of ketchup, bbq sauce or sugar free syrup on her plate and watch the food disappear (just prepare to cringe... some dipping combos are pretty heinus). Also, to drink more water, let her put ice cubes in her sippy cup. Its like magic!
    Anonymous

    Answer by Anonymous at 3:47 PM on Feb. 11, 2010

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