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Can someone make me feel better? What has you're toddler eaten today?

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LifeIsButtercream Sat 17-Sep-11 17:41:31

DD (2yrs 4months) hasn't been a fussy eater and usually eats anything, but she's had a bad day and I'm feeling guilty!

Today she has had:

Breakfast - nothing (gave toast which she asked for, refused to touch it)

Snacks - one Goodies oat/fruit bar and one banana

Lunch - one forkfull of lasange

Dinner - two forkfulls of NOT spicy enchilladas

Can anyone's little one beat her as a hunger-striker today?

I'm going back to beating myself up, while she plays happily!

belindarose Sat 17-Sep-11 17:45:17

Mine's poorly, so half a mini milk and a yoghurt. And two blackberries on a walk.

aStarInStrangeways Sat 17-Sep-11 17:49:13

3yo DS is usually pretty good, but is tired and crabby today so has had

breakfast: banana pancakes with maple syrup
lunch: two bites of a marmite toastie, an apple
snack: several chocolate wafer biscuits

about to make pasta and pesto for his tea, as it's the one thing he will always scoff.

champagnemum Sat 17-Sep-11 22:01:49

Nearly 4yo dd not particularly fussy just not big appetite.

B - half a toasted teacake
L - (at dancing class) cereal bar and bite of banana
T-small amount of chicken and pots.

In between she has had innocent smoothie and a yoghurt. Some days I am really pleased with what she has eaten but most days I am worried by the lack of fruit and veg.

WipsGlitter Sat 17-Sep-11 22:17:28

DS1 is 3.5. Today he had:
B - wheat/blueberry cereal
Snack - a Freddie frog choc bar
Lunch: cheese and crackers, slice of bacon
Snack: mandarin orange and petit filous
Dinner: chicken korma and rice and another petit filous

I do my best. I was a terrible eater as a child but eat well as an adult. I try not to stress about it too much.

ConstantCraving Sun 18-Sep-11 13:04:02

DD 23 months. Yesterday had:
B - one oatibx
snack - half a homemade raspberry muffin
Lunch - slice of toast and hummous
Supper - pasta and pesto

She's just coming out of a food stike but is still really unadventurous - but at least she's eating again! Some days are better than others, just take a day at a time now.

debka Sun 18-Sep-11 13:13:51

DD1 is 2.5. Yesterday she had-
Breakfast- 1 weetabix
Snack (that she pinched from my friend)- 1 crumpet with marmite
Lunch- the cream cheese off a bagel and a cherry tomato
Tea- 2 bites of chicken and a spoonful of peas.

DD2 is 7mo. She had-

Breakfast- large bowl of ready brek with raspberries
Another bf
Lunch- half a cream cheese bagel, half a pear, a rich tea biscuit
Another bf
Snack- half a banana
Another bf
Dinner- large bowl of mashed potato, carrot, cauli and cheese, bowl of yoghurt

???????? grin

MarkStretch Sun 18-Sep-11 13:20:36

Yesterday DS (2.7yrs) ate:

Breakfast: 2 pancakes and sliced banana
Snack: apple and pear
Lunch: cheese sandwich, few hula hoops
Snack: grapes, jaffa cake
Dinner: homemade Pizza with veg sauce and cheese followed by stewed apples and raisins and icecream.

He is very fussy and refuses to eat meat.

The previous day he ate:

Breakfast: nothing, refused
Snack: apple
Lunchtime: nothing, refused
Snack: 2 chocolate biscuits and a mini roll (we were at a friends house for a cup of tea)
Dinner: nothing, refused, screamed the house down, drank half a cup of orange juice.

Woke up yesterday morning with a stinking cold and streaming snot.

I figure the good eating days make up for the bad? grin

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