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******How do i get my 13mo old to eat table food?!?!?!?!******?

Please help! My toddler will only eat gerber stage 2 baby foods. She checks the container before she opens her mouth to make sure its the kind she likes. If she tastes even the smallest chunk of food, she freaks out until its off her tongue. Help meeeeee plz!

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  • Anonymous
    2 weeks ago

    During the first 2 years of life and baby’s main source of food is milk!!!! Until your child is around 2 they don’t usually eat all that much solid food and their main food should still be milk! She will get there just keep sitting her at her high chair when you are having dinner at the table with her and give her chopped up bits of what your having as long as it’s chopped up (I use scissors to chop all food) and make it soft foods nothing hard 

  • Cammie
    Lv 7
    3 weeks ago

    What's the rush ? Nutritionally she is fine.

    She checks the container- yeah right. She can read at 13 months.

    Listen to her and what she needs.

    Put some cheerios on her tray .And relax.

  • 3 weeks ago

    Slowly introduce various foods to the baby.Never force any food on her.

  • 3 weeks ago

    You're the parent. You should be in charge

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  • ?
    Lv 4
    3 weeks ago

    Put table food in front of her. If she won't eat it take it away. Ignore the tantrums that will follow. I totally guarantee that a couple of missed meals will change her mind. At present she is controlling you. You have to reverse that situation for both your sakes.

    Bear in mind that you will not be withholding food. It's her refusing to eat it.

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