Managing Fussy Eaters
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How many times have you read that dinnertime is supposed to be a wonderful occasion for togetherness and family bonding? Everyone chills out, enjoys one another’s company, and shares humorous and engaging stories about their experiences during the day. The mood in the room is relaxed, warm and affectionate.
If suppertime at your house does not fit this picture, don’t feel bad. You have lots and lots of company! The idea of suppertime may be a nice one, but the reality is often much different. For one thing, parents are tired from working all day and the kids are tired from school. On top of that, add a little sibling rivalry, a finicky eater (or two), and kids who don’t want to sit still at the table, and now you’ve got a recipe for a very disagreeable state of affairs.
This convenient and colorful 2-page laminated guide clearly explains the following:
- How to establish a good plan for eating together.
- Tips to eliminate nagging at the table by making sure your kids are ready to eat.
- Get your kids to eat more spontaneously and naturally
So, when it comes to dinnertime, the 1-2-3 Magic Dinnertime Quick Reference Guide will help you enjoy both the food and your kids again!
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