If you are struggling with getting your child to eat, try offering your child more foods he or she can dip. Kids love to interact with food. Let your child dip everything, if that’s what gets him or her excited to eat healthy.
In our home we cut up the meat or seafood in small bites and use toothpicks. It’s amazing how my twins wouldn’t eat a lot of protein until I introduced toothpicks and all kinds of different dips.
They were about 20 months when I introduced the amazing toothpick. I try to pair most food with some kind of dip.
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