As a parent, you can take some of the stress out of mealtimes by providing a healthy, well-balanced meal each time your little one sits down at the table. You can use division of responsibility to let them decide how much they’re going to eat, but you can be confident if they’re hungry, they’ll fill up. Young children often need to be exposed to a taste and texture multiple times before they take to it. Just because they refuse a specific food once (or even multiple times), doesn’t mean that they won’t eat – and enjoy – it in the future.
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