Practicing what others preach

2 thoughts on “Practicing what others preach”

  1. That’s such a great word of advice. I have been dealing with our picky eater for the last nine years and while he has gotten better, some meals are still a battle. It is great to work through it at such an early age and in such a creative way.

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  2. I love this idea. I have tried this approach to help eliminate the whiny, bad behaviour that seems to come every time I go to make dinner. He doesn’t always participate in preparing dinner, but he’s standing beside me, a part of the “action” type idea and that seems to help him stay more pleasant before we eat!

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