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Bloody Kids and their fussy eating habits...............

(7 Posts)
BubblesDeVere Tue 05-Apr-05 17:26:51

I have just made some of the home made chicken nuggets and they are great, but, dd2 prefers them without cheese and dd1 prefers them with cheese.

Aaaaaaaaaaagh, looks like i'll be making two lots.

flashingnose Tue 05-Apr-05 17:34:05

DS prefers them without cheese but I make him eat them with cheese, smothered in ketchup, because I am a mean witchy mummy

BubblesDeVere Tue 05-Apr-05 17:56:06

Can i just ask out of curiosity and apart from you being a mean witchy mummy, why do you make him eat them with cheese.

flashingnose Fri 08-Apr-05 08:29:29

Because I'd made the whole batch with cheese and didn't want to waste them

Enid Fri 08-Apr-05 08:56:47

actually dd1 doesn't like cheese much either - I get round it by using just under the amount that I say (if you are using my recipe that is ) and using a mild cheese - she doesn't notice!

suzywong Fri 08-Apr-05 09:00:11

just to reiterate the title of this thread

bloody kids and their fussy eating habits indeed

ds2 will really only eat anything dry; crackers, biscuits, crackers, breadsticks, cereal, Amercian pancakes, smiley face chips

I slip him mulitivitamin and OJ every day but I'm sure he's going to get scurvy

BubblesDeVere Mon 11-Apr-05 10:52:08

Stupid question here, but what would you consider as a mild cheese?

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