Impact of Picky Eating on Children #Quiz


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3 comments on “Impact of Picky Eating on Children #Quiz

  1. Meridith

    Definitely got 2 licky kids over here. Both started off as such great eaters too!! Most likely my fault, only fix what i know they will eat these days.

  2. Kelly mcgrew

    We are trying to get my nephew to be a foodie early- and he is at only 1 year old so far! Thanks for the great read.

  3. Sarah

    I have a picky eater at home too. She is slowly getting better at trying things but it’s still a struggle.

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