We have tried making nuggets and the frozen kind. She won't touch them. We put in front of her the food that we are eating. She won't touch it. She won't eat mac & cheese. She only drinks water, OJ in the morning, and koolaid. No snacks at all. We have tried a variety. I've raised 5 kids and never had this problem.Answer Question
Answer by Anonymous at 8:01 PM on Nov. 21, 2010
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Answer by cornflakegirl3 at 8:14 PM on Nov. 21, 2010
I don't know some of these answers seem a little harsh.
My son who is now 16 years old 6'2 180 pounds when through this stage a about the same age. He ate Gerber cereal for breakfast, grill cheese for lunch and chicken nuggets and FF for dinner every day. We offered other food but he usually didn't eat it. The doctor said give him what he wants he is eating and eventually he will get sick of it and expand his foods and he did. It went on for about 9 months.
As far as your Chicken nugget delemia. Keep the nugget box and refilll it with frozen nuggets hand it to her in the McDonalds box.
She won't starve Mommy and at least she is eating....
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