Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Picky Eater

Guest post from: Mohamed Simon

Have you ever seen that commercial on direct TV of the little girl grocery shopping with her mom? She’s adorable, with two long ponytails and a precious face. She’s sitting in the cart, and as the mom pushes the cart around the store, and puts various items into the cart, she says over and over “but I don’t like ___.” It’s cute and funny, unless it is your own child. I kid you not. That is my daughter. She has about 5 things she will eat, and that is it. And even with those five things, if you try and switch it up by changing brands, or adding an ingredient, she can tell and says she doesn’t like it and won’t eat it. Luckily she likes smoothies, and I can sneak anything into a smoothie. Every morning for breakfast she has a smoothie (yogurt, whole milk with DHA, kale, strawberries, blueberries, banana, and wheat germ) and plain toast (don’t even think about putting any butter or jelly on her toast!). It’s a good healthy breakfast, overall.

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