Fussy eater

Discussion in 'Feeding & Nutrition' started by kellie80, Jan 8, 2008.

  1. kellie80

    kellie80 Well-Known Member

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    Aimee has always been fussy from day one. Now that shes getting a bit older I'm not sure what to do with her. She will eat most foods at some point but then not eat them the next time. At least 5 days a week 90% of her food ends up in the bin. I don't know if to offer her something else instead? I don't want her being spoilt but I don't want her starving to death either. When I give her something that only last week she loved but now she s just pushing it away, should I cook her something different? Shes so tiny and skinny other wise I wouldn't even consider making her something else.
     
  2. lauramumof2

    lauramumof2 Well-Known Member

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    dont worry too much, she wont starve herself to death.
    Ive had this one out with the doc before, he says if jess hadnt eaten for a whole week then I was to bring her back. That never happened.

    Mines go from being great eaters to very fussy. Trouble is they dont really like the same things :roll: one likes cheee, one hates cheese, both hate eggs, I love eggs.
     

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