8 Comments

  1. Bonnie DeZelar

    Excellent idea! Ya know, in this culture of instant gratification it makes total sense to do it that way! And the ADD and younger kid makes it smart, too. :) Thanks Aprille for the tip!

  2. Stacey Jordan

    I like this idea, wonder if this would work for my 10 year old? Getting her to try anything new is impossible and if she does most of the time she will act like she is choking on it and spit it out.

  3. Forget kids, Im going to try this on my husband. He wont try anything new (he still does the choking/spitting out routine) and his response to my joining weight watchers was actually – and this is a direct quote – “Well, &*$%, now Im going to have to eat vegetable”.

  4. stacy

    So, I tried this technique out with my 3 yr old who is the pickiest eater I have ever seen. It’s working soooo well!!! She’s trying new foods and even feeding herself. Who would have thought. So glad you shared this.

  5. momssmallvictories

    Its great that you found a way to help him and get him to eat more fruit and yogurt. I used to have to do this on a lesser degree with my youngest. Though I would trade him a chip for several bites. Thanks for sharing with #SmallVictoriesSundayLinkup. Hope you link up again this week.

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