I’m at a loss. I can’t figure out what to feed my toddler.
One day, he loves corn dogs. A couple of days later, he hates them.
He used to really like chicken fingers. Now, he will only eat them once a month.
Last summer, we went to a going away party for my husband’s Commander. Baked beans was one of the side items served and my son couldn’t get enough of them! He screamed and acted like I took his fire truck whenever the baked beans ran out on his plate. One of the other spouses kept running back and forth getting more for my son. He probably had four servings of baked beans and he wouldn’t eat anything else. The other spouses probably wondered if I fed him in the past week. It is funny now, but it was pretty embarrassing then.
Now, my son will hardly eat baked beans. All that embarrassment for nothing…
I tried rotating the frequency of foods that I give him, which worked for a season.
There are a few things that my son will eat everyday if I give it to him. My son absolutely loves bananas. He loves them so much that last week, he started asking for them on his own. He calls them, “na-nas.”
He also likes yogurt, any kind of fruit, sausage, and Cheetos.
Now that I think about it…all of his favorites are things that I ate while I was pregnant with him. Things that make you go hmmmm….
I’m hoping that this is just a phase. Our money is going in the trash can with his food. How much longer do we have to deal with this dysfunctional diet?