Margot is a decent eater, for the most part. She likes beans, veggies, fruits, even *gasp* cookies every now and then! Lately she has been obsessed with Goldfish crackers, and has a permanent bruise on her elbow from enthusiastically requesting CRACKERS! with every meal.
The one thing she will not eat is meat. No fish, no chicken - Nada. We have tried just about all kinds of meat prepared in all different methods, and nothing seems to pique her interest. We don't stress about it, and toddlers are weird (we know this) but I do wonder why she won't eat meat. Texture? Flavor? I really have no idea. I guess since it isn't encrusted in goldfish, this means she will not even consider it. But today, when Ben and I met at the Bon Teriyaki for lunch, the weirdest thing happened: Margot started picking up bits of chicken from my plate and eating them. Actually eating them, as in chewing and swallowing the chicken.
So, is the key to a toddler diet drowning everything in sweet sauce?? I think I may be on to something here.
Does anyone know where I can find Teriyaki flavored toothpaste?