[Sca-cooks] Feeding Kids Re: OT - Somewhat amusing
silvina at allegiance.tv
Thu Oct 19 13:16:08 PDT 2006
This sounds similar to the way I was raised. Growing up my mother would
cook a meal and we would either eat it or fix somethng ourselves. I lived
on PB&J sandwiches, and mom made sure that there was plenty of bread, peanut
butter and jelly. I am a very picky eater, the first to admit it, but I am
willing to try anything once. (unless it contains something I KNOW I can't
deal with eating.) I require the same of my son, he has to at least try
everything cooked, and if he just can't deal with the flavor or texture,
I'll make him a sandwich (he's 5). We don't have that much of a problem
with him except the only meat he'll eat is chicken lol. His favorite
snack/treat is carrot sticks dipped in ranch dressing.
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From: "Dianne & Greg Stucki" <goofy4 at comcast.net>
To: <jenne at fiedlerfamily.net>; "Cooks within the SCA"
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Sent: Thursday, October 19, 2006 3:00 PM
Subject: Re: [Sca-cooks] Feeding Kids Re: OT - Somewhat amusing
> > This drives me insane. She's not even my child, but it drives me insane.
> > Gibbering. I need to get a grip on this. And then I think, "She won't
> > eat soup. Any kind of soup. Or stew. Soup, for god's sake!" and I go
> > over the edge.
> > Gibber gibber argh arghhhhhhhhhhhh.....
> I try to cook foods that my kids will eat--my DH is rarely home for
> so his tastes aren't a factor, and I'm not terribly picky. However, I can
> only handle so much of hotdogs, macaroni and cheese, and spaghetti, so the
> kids have two choices...what I cook, or peanut butter and jelly. I will
> cook a separate meal for a picky kid, and yet my kids WILL skip dinner
> altogether rather than eat, and the 8 y.o. is considered by his
> to be underweight. (8 years old and only 41 pounds.) Tonight we are having
> chicken with pineapple, mandarin oranges, soy sauce, and lemon juice over
> brown rice, and I'll bet dollars to donuts Tommy won't touch it.
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