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What should I do if my picky 8-year old sister won t eat anything?

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Submitted : 2018-06-14 00:23:17    Popularity:     

Tags: year  picky  eat  sister  

Chilli. Grilled Cheese. Milk. Pasta. She literally eats NOTHING that my babysitter or I serve! Help!

Answers:

It's your job to provide food (if you are watching her).

It's her job to eat it or to decline it.

If she declines it, wrap it up and put it in the refrigerator. If she gets hungry later, that's what she eats.

If not, she stays hungry.

No drama.

When its not meal time, talk about the foods you both like to eat and hate to eat, then remind her of what she said when you give her the stuff she likes to eat and use her words against her.

But the bottom line is that a picky eater will eat more things when they are really hungry. So make sure she is when its meal time, which means eliminating her from snacking.

Tell her..."fine, don't eat it then". In a few hours when she's hungry...she will.
Don't pander to her.

She will eat when hungry

Take away her internet privileges until she straightens up ....No cellphone either .

Here ya go kid,,what you don't eat you get for breakfast tomorrow.

Chili, grilled cheese, milk, pasta? Are you trying to nuke your household? Also, I like how you're acting like she even has a choice not to eat what you give her. (She eats the plate of milk and grain, lest she gets to starve again.)

Let her go hungry. She won't die and at the next meal, she'll be more willing to eat. If not, wait for the next meal.

Most kids will eat what they make. She's old enough to help and may be more willing to eat what she prepared.

Don't worry about her. If she is hungry enough, she will eat whatever is served.



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