It is almost impossible to feed all of my boys one meal. We all eat so differently! Although it can be a pain, I am grateful and proud that they have chosen their diets on their own. Like I said before, if they don’t like it, I don’t make them eat it. Taste buds are made for a reason.
Here are a few of the challenges:
- Tyler won’t eat onions, sour cream, pickles, dried beans, or cooked peppers. There’s more, but he’s evolved in some ways.
- Sammy does not eat meat, but that’s pretty much it for him. He likes almost all veggies, too, including onions.
- Max also does not eat meat, and he won’t eat pickles.
- Baylee, well he does eat meat (not chicken), but will not eat vegetables. He will watch me put a handful of spinach or kale into a fruit smoothie and will still love it, so it’s not a mental thing for him (unlike Tye). In the past year, he started eating a little lettuce on his grinder. Other than veggies, he won’t eat pickles, fish, dried beans, cold cheese unless it’s on a taco, many fruits, and so much more. He is my pickiest eater.
Even though it can be a pain to create some type of meal for them all, it is a fun challenge. I’m just happy we’re all together in the same state, so a little effort is something I embrace.
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So your a short order cook?
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Once in awhile! 😀