"Here I am bawling my eyes out. Feeling like an absolute failure, second-guessing myself. Have I been too harsh?" the mum asked.
"He may be a child, but he understands there’s anger and resentment towards him when someone has to consider and/or modify what they serve him."
According to experts, this is the ultimate feeding style if you've got a fussy eater on your hands.
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Your toddler pushes the bowl of porridge with barely traceable sightings of broccoli in it. He eyes the bowl of purple jelly on the kitchen counter instead. This has been happening religiously over the last few months and you are exasperated. Why is he such a picky eater?