1. You could also maybe add that sometimes they say no they don’t like it but they actually love it (please don’t tell me it’s just my toddler?? Lol). For the longest time, he gags when he sees broccoli. A week ago, I cooked it with cheesy pasta and he ate nothing but broccoli! And I had to go to the shop 3 more times because he keeps asking for them. 😄 was it the cheese? The broth? Or was it me saying he wouldn’t like it?

    Anyway, I’m rambling now. But I suppose I just wanted to say, “I agree. Never give up. Never surrender (to toddlers)!” (*sigh* and now I made myself want to watch Galaxy Quest)

    So yeah, awesome post! 😁

    1. Haha. I feel you! I remember getting so excited when my kids ate chili and then when I made it a few weeks later you would have thought we were torturing them! Kids can be so unpredictable and it makes meal planning feel impossible sometimes!

  2. This is very helpful. I have 8 children so never easy in my house, but we try to accommodate all of them and if it is just one that doesn’t like at least one thing we just try to substitute it with something they do so that way they are still getting all of what they need for a happy plate as we call it:) thanks for sharing!!

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