Do u hide food or snacks from your kids if you don't want to share ?
No because they have thiers and I have my own stash.
No, but my kids are all older and know that Mom's snacks are primarily sugar-free which for them, translates to no taste, etc. lol
No. It's not a selfish thing, I just don't like sharing food, so I say no. No need to hide, it just makes them want it more. My husband will buy snacks and hide them, and my kids get into them. But they don't bug me about my food, because it's right there out in the open and I guess it's not as fun as sneaking it.
Yes. Not from my son though. He asks. Husband on the other hand... "We're married. What's yours is mine and what's mine is yours." I don't think so, buddy. Stay off of my Snickers.
I have to. I have a dd that has some behavior issues and one of the things she will do is binge eat. She will get up insane times of the night (like 4 am) and litteraly eat every single snack/sweet item that she can get her hands on. We live in a rural area that I have to drive 35 miles to go grocery shopping so I buy a months worth of groceries at a time. We have had her do things like eat 2 brand new boxes of honey buns in one go. 2 entire packages of Oreos in one go. And the thing that irratates me soo much is If she asked she would be given a reasonable amount for a snack any reasonable times she wants(meaning not at 4 am or right before dinner) but no body needs to scarf 24 honey buns at a go. I have even left her a snack out that she is allowed to eat if she gets up that early to eat but she would still hit up the sweet stuff and gorge herself. So any snack food brought in to my house goes into my bedroom so I can monitior how it gets eaten.
I do not hide my special goodies. I just flat out tell everyone else they are mine and to stay out of it.
No I don't, my son doesn't like the things i snack on, he is so picky...lol...but i have found a few things in his room that I think he hides from me...lol
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