I’ve been stressing myself out when it comes to making sure my 6 year-old eats as healthy as she can, especially with her hypoglycemic episodes. Since she somehow found loopholes when it came to our “take one bite” rule, it’s now two bites which was torture at first.
My kid acted like we were torturing her if I asked her to take a bite of anything unfamiliar but now she finally seems to be giving food more of a chance. The hummingbird can still act like a rabid hyena at times but if finally seems like she understands that I’m not trying to make her eat something horrendous. Most of the time.
L to R: strawberries, raw green beans, cubed cheese, crackers, peanut butter cup, and ranch dressing. This was near Halloween so I gave her a candy treat every few days.
L to R: cashes, craisans, and mini chocolate chips, grapes. yogurt pouch, pancakes, and maple syrup.
L to R: bluberries and clementines, carrot sticks, cheese quesadilla, tortilla chips, and salsa.
L to R: crackers, cucumbers and carrot sticks, peanut butter and honey sandwich, and ranch dressing.
L to R: crackers, cubed cheese and pepperoni, salad, mandarin oranges, and ranch. My kid actually ate the salad. Wow! She’s been seeing me eat healthier and it really seems to make a difference.
L to R: Homemade lunchable… since I no longer let her talk me into getting the ones at the store. cucumber and cherry tomatoes, triscuit crackers, pepperoni, cheese cubes, ranch, cookie.
*EasyLunchboxes containers for condiments.
*CuteZCute animal picks and forks.