Taking the Stress Out of Fussy Eaters

Many children are fussy eaters. Fussy eating is normal, but it can be hard to handle. Most of the time fussy eating isn’t about food – it’s often about children wanting to be independent.

In this Parenting MasterClass we will take out the stress of dealing with your Fussy Eater.

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Taking the Stress Out of Fussy Eaters

Lesson One – Independence & Development

Most of the time fussy eating isn’t about food – it’s often about children wanting to be independent.
It’s also normal for children to like something one day but dislike it the next, to refuse new foods, and to eat more or less from day to day. This all happens because fussy eating is part of your child’s development. It’s a way for children to explore for their environment and to begin asserting their independence – which is something to be celebrated and enjoyed not seen as a bad thing.

Relax & sit back & enjoy Lesson 1

Lesson Two – How to introduce new foods to fussy eaters

If you have a fussy eater who doesn’t like trying new food, here are some tips that might help:

Lesson Three – Messy Eaters

Messy eating is normal when children are learning to feed themselves. It’s natural for them to start by using their hands and fingers and then move on to cutlery, cups and plates. Overtime, their muscles and coordination improve, and mealtimes become less messy.

Here are my facts & tips around messy eaters

Lesson Four – Making Meal Times Fun

Family life is so busy – work, child care, preschool and school, after-school activities, homework and all the hustle and bustle of living in the 21st century but regular family meals give everybody a chance to catch up and enjoy each other’s company.

Here’s how to get the most out of your family meals.

Lesson Five – Family Meals and Healthy Eating

You are your child’s most important role model. Your child learns from you and will want to do what you do. So if you want your toddler to eat well, it’s a good idea to let them see you eating well yourself.

Family meals are great times for you to do this. You can model healthy eating by making sure your family meals have lots of vegetables for you all to enjoy, plus a wide variety of foods from the other main food groups.

Lesson Six – Vegetables

Here are some tips to encourage your child to eat more vegetables.