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Your Picky Eater: 7 Easy Ways to Help Them Try Something New

Your Picky Eater: 7 Easy Ways to Help Them Try Something New

Is your child unwilling to taste a new food? A picky eater must be exposed to something new as many as ten to fifteen times before even tasting it! Children trust familiar things in their lives and are often suspicious of something new and different—this applies to food too. A food that has an unusual appearance, color, smell, or texture can be off-putting to a young child. That’s why repeated exposure helps. Eventually the unusual food becomes familiar, and at that point, the child becomes open to the idea of tasting it and giving it a fair evaluation. Knowing these facts gives us insight into how to introduce new foods and what to expect when we do. Here are a few tips.

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How to Eat Out with Kids and Have Fun Doing it

How to Eat Out with Kids and Have Fun Doing it

Eating out with kids is not the same as dining without them. When you take children to a restaurant the focus is not the cuisine or the atmosphere. It’s all about controlling the excitement and boredom, teaching your children formal manners, and having quality family time. Here’s how.

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5 MORE Tips to Solve Picky Eating Problems

5 MORE Tips to Solve Picky Eating Problems
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Best Picky Eater Tips

Best Picky Eater Tips

Best Picky Eater Tips

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What You Really Need to Know About Picky Eaters

What You Really Need to Know About Picky Eaters

Parents face a number of common problems during their children’s early years.  Among them are sleep issues, potty training hurdles, temper tantrums, and – of course – picky eating.  All these issues are rooted in normal childhood behavior, and all of them can create intense stress for parents.  Picky eating can be one of the worst, because food is the fuel for growth and development, and you need to feed your child three meals plus snacks – every single day.  This provides ample opportunity for ongoing frustration.  You may feel like feeding issues overshadow every part of your life and put a damper on what should be an enjoyable stage in your child’s growth. 

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Should I Be Worried About My Picky Eater?

Should I Be Worried About My Picky Eater?

There isn’t a scientific definition of a “picky eater,” but most parents are familiar with certain behaviors surrounding their child and food. The good (and the bad) news is that picky eaters are very, very common. There are many healthy kids who still fall into the category of being a picky eater. In this post, I’ll cover some common traits of a typical picky eater as well as a few things that may signal there are other concerns that need to be addressed.

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