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September 02, 2013

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Maria

My 3 year old daughter is the pickiest eater! I have had many failed attempts at getting her to eat anything other than pizza or chicken nuggets. That being said, I have found that if I have her help me make something healthy - zucchini bread for instance - she wants to eat it. I know she will grow out of her extreme picky eater phase, but until then I just have her help me make berry yogurt smoothies or oatmeal cookies. Of course, we always cut the sugar whenever possible!

Stay @ Home Dad

Those lunch ideas are fantastic. Creative, realistic, modern. Nice work! I've seen similar videos but haven't seen any that might actually work in the real world like this. Thank you.

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