HOW TO GET A FUSSY TODDLER TO EAT

Creative toddler plate

Help – I’ve got a hunger strike toddler on my hands!

Before having kids, I always looked at other people’s fussy little eaters and thought my child would never be like that (along with a whole bunch of things I thought, pre-kids).  After all, my hubby’s French (Frenchie), so food is a BIG thing in our house, and I just assumed our kids would inherit some kind of foodie gene from us. I’m ashamed to say, I secretly blamed the parents.  Why are they feeding their children fish fingers & chips over a healthy, home-cooked meal?  Don’t they realise their child is only refusing the broccoli/chicken/apple as he knows he’ll eventually get a biscuit?  Why give the girl crisps when she could have a banana?

Parents, especially my parent friends who’ve gone before me, please forgive me.  For I now know exactly how it feels to be in charge of a hunger-strike toddler, and I also know you didn’t CHOOSE to do any of the above.

Nearly two now, G has never been a great fan of food, but it’s got to the point where she’s even starting to reject some of the fail-safe foods I could always rely on to get her to eat something.  To give you a flavour of the battle I’m up against, here are G’s top five foods of the moment:

1. Cheese & tomato-based pasta. No bits. I used to be able to sneak in some mashed broccoli or spinach, but she now has me sussed

2. Toast, mainly because it’s one of the 20 words she knows, so she likes to say it

3. Pain au chocolat. This is all her dad’s fault, of course. Papa likes a pain au chocolat with his morning coffees on a weekend. So much so that I can’t go into our regular coffee shop without the owner automatically adding one three to our order. Doing wonders for my mummy tummy of course…

4. Organix rice cakes. Yes, ‘cake’ is another word she knows how to say. Very loudly. So when we’re out and about and she shouts ‘encore un cake’ she makes me look like a real earth mother

5. Cheese. At least on this front we can take some pride in our daughter’s food choice. And she doesn’t want the mild sort, oh no.  The stinkier and stronger, the better. On a recent trip to France, she rejected the Emmental in favour of a nice Roquefort.  That’s my girl!

Now, the above is all well and good in the eyes of a toddler, but other than the pasta, none of it really makes for a nourishing meal.  Even breakfast is becoming a battle as her once reliable food staple of Weetabix has recently been rejected.  Eeek, what’s a girl to do other than resort to a packet of crisps Organix Carrot Stix? *shudder*

Rejected foodRejected food. Seriously, why do I bother???

Time for action

Now that I’m on holiday maternity leave again and clearly have loads of time on my hands with a toddler and baby, it’s so tempting to just serve pasta for every meal, but I owe it to my inner foodie to at least have a go at introducing the joy of food to my daughter.  I’m going to need a strategy…

My top five Topfivemum attempts to get G to eat something, ANYTHING, other than pasta:

1. Try McDonalds

OK, so this isn’t exactly a foodie’s choice but in my defence, we were two hours into an M1 journey and we I needed to eat.  At first thrilled at the pretty Happy Meal box and mini toy, G proceeded to mush the fries and took half a bite of a Chicken McNugget only to spit it straight back out while vigorously shaking her head and saying ‘no, no. no’.  Having discussed this with my sister-in-law, no stranger to the fussy eater brigade, I went wrong with the Chicken McNuggets and should have gone for a McFillet of Fish (or whatever it’s called) for a toddler initiation into the world of fast food.  This is a steep learning curve, people.  Is this the only toddler in the world who doesn’t like chips?  On a positive note, she DID eat all the tomato ketchup, licking the little pot as clean as a whistle.  Does that count as one of her five a day?  I almost went back for seconds…

2. Make it pretty

I’ve spent hours trawling Instagram for inspiration under #fussytoddler and it seems all ‘proper’ mothers are making pretty and creative dishes for their little darlings, in the hope of tempting them to eat a carrot because it’s disguised as a panda (or whatever clever crafty mummies make).  The only trouble is, I’m not the best artist and, as my very wise friend CLJ put it, this is just another thing for mothers to fail at.  Along with having a svelte hair-free figure, beautiful Instagram-model children, and a house full of homemade bunting and freshly baked bread.  This is just not me.  I did give it a go, however.  And after my first attempt prompted Frenchie to call it a ‘scary freakoid on acid’ (see right), I was determined to prove I could create something original – cue my ‘five little ducks’ inspiration above.  The trouble with this was that G hid all the cucumber ducks in her mouth during the song, only to spit them all out again when we got to ‘all of the five little ducks came back’.  Hmph.  I’m giving up on this one already as I just can’t be arsed.

creative dinner plateMy creative plate, or ‘crazy freakoid on acid” as Frenchie called it

3. Hide it

Half the time I don’t think G dislikes the taste, it’s more the idea of it that puts her off.  Case in point, she won’t eat sliced strawberries, but WILL eat them chopped into quarters (puuur-leeease!)  So, I’ve taken to adding veggies to a can of passata and whizzing them up to make sure she gets some vegetables in her pasta sauce.  I’m also trying smoothies as she seems to think it’s pretty cool, especially if she gets to mess up the kitchen help me prepare it.

Strawberries on toastWhat kind of cruel mother slices strawberries?

4. Distract her

I’ve tried skyping with papa, singing, watching funny cats on Youtube (she knows where the Youtube icon is, the shame) and playing the ‘who’s-going-to-win-the-forkful-of-food-this-time?’ game.  Some of these tactics work until she realises I’m trying to get her to eat something and she signals (i.e. wails) to get down from the table.

distracting with the iPhoneYup, we’ve often reverted to the iPad or phone at the dinner table, even her Tatie Lala

5. Dupe her

This one is my favourite and is definitely the most effective.  Following inspiration from my highly creative friend SM, I served G a veggie-based smoothie in one of her doll teacups, claiming it was fairy juice.  I’m not entirely sure she understood what fairy juice was, but she loved it!  Another firm favourite – and if you haven’t done it yet, you must try it – is to split her food in half. Half for her and half for me.  I bet your bottom dollar she’ll leave hers and eat yours.  Pretty cunning, eh (raising one eyebrow and stroking my imaginary goatee)?

SmoothieDuping my daughter with a veggie smoothie

How long can I keep this up?

In all honesty, I’m not sure if I’ll win over my little fussy munchkin and may need to hold off until she’s ready (like when she’s 18).  In the meantime, I’m going to keep offering different food options in my recently purchased Yumbox (I really need to stop looking at Instagram – it’s costing me a fortune), and just go with the flow. As many a parent who’s been there, done that and worn the purée-splattered t-shirt, I just need to chill the hell out. And maybe stock up on tomato ketchup.

In the same boat? 

I’d love to hear how you approach food with your toddler.  What are your top tips for fussy eaters?  You can follow my food attempts on Instagram here.

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54 Comments

  1. November 18, 2016 / 12:34

    There’s some great ideas in here! I have been contemplating the creating food shapes but since my toddler only eats 9 items of food and the only 1 I really class as food is bread it may be lots of wastage but worth a go I think! Smoothies have given me the idea of milkshakes… I will try with his milk and fruit blended to non existance I think! Thanks for sharing 🙂 #sharingthebloglove

    • topfivemum
      November 21, 2016 / 23:42

      it’s so hard isn’t it Laura? I keep wondering where on earth did I go wrong and wind myself up about it frequently. I think my daughter has the same amount of food items in her repertoire so you’re not alone. Milkshakes sound like a good idea. I think I’ll give that a go too!

    • topfivemum
      November 15, 2016 / 17:07

      haha let me know how you get on Susie!

  2. November 11, 2016 / 17:45

    Some great tips, I’ll have to use them on my kids both are My kids are still fussy eaters, I have a Venn diagram in my head about what veg they will both eat (not much!). Basically, plain food, blander the better, though my eldest is getting much better and more adventurous. It’s hard not to worry but I do think they pass through phases. Hoping it gets better soon – I love my food!

    • topfivemum
      November 15, 2016 / 17:09

      Venn Diagram haha! Looks nothing like the ‘healthy diet diagram’ you normally see then? Haha, join the club!

  3. November 11, 2016 / 11:10

    Patient perseverance. My eldest was a fussy eater and still is really. Healthy eating day at school really helped us out by helping him understand the importance of trying things and what is healthy. He still won’t eat anything tomatoe based and cheese cannot be “slimy” etc but overall he is a long way from our food battles in the toddler years #SharingtheBlogLove xxx

    • topfivemum
      November 15, 2016 / 17:13

      It’s good to know they get better as they get older Louise. Fantastic to hear that schools focus on this too!

  4. November 10, 2016 / 22:25

    Oh goodness I honestly feel like I’ve been having this battle for a lifetime. I hate to tell you this but my bundle is four next month and he’s still the fussiest kid eater I’ve ever come across. I did a happy little dance across the kitchen last night when he asked for an omelette for dinner – it doesn’t take much to please me! Anything other chicken nuggets or potato waffle!! To be fair to him he is getting better – I think. I guess it’s the same as anything. Time….! Good luck! #sharingthebloglove
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    • topfivemum
      November 15, 2016 / 17:14

      Oh no! I feel your pain Jaki. Maybe we should swap notes on the ‘happy little mum dance’, make a video and let it go viral… LOL

  5. November 10, 2016 / 15:24

    Ha! isn’t it fun trying to get toddlers to eat? My kid is super picky and I’ve had to come up with some pretty creative ways to trick him into eating proper foods. (i.e. I mash and combine tofu into his pancake mix; stuff cooked carrots into this Cheerios.., the list goes on, I even wrote an article about it! lol) I do LOVE that your daughter goes for the stinky cheese though – proper! 🙂
    Great tips – keep ’em coming, we could all use them!
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    • topfivemum
      November 15, 2016 / 17:15

      Kellie, that’s amazing! Carrots in Cheerios? Did he suss you out?

  6. November 10, 2016 / 11:05

    My eldest went through phases, sometimes he’d love something only to hate it the following week. He’s pretty good all in all, but we still have the odd phases where staples are suddenly rejected!
    A friend of mine got through the fussy eating phase by doing a wide variety (in small quantities) of different things (fruit, veg, cheese, pasta, crackers etc), which she put on silly plates or in muffin tins etc to make it exciting, her girl then was free to pick and choose whatever she wanted to try. In the end, it went from say… 2 out of 8 item being eaten to more like 6-7 every time, and she’d then recognise the things she’d liked used in family dinners etc, worth a try! x #sharingthebloglove
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    • topfivemum
      November 15, 2016 / 17:25

      That is such a brilliant idea Claire. I’d never thought of trying to use little muffin tins. I think half the time it’s the fact that things are mixed together that put her off. Thanks for giving me hope and some new ideas to try!

  7. November 8, 2016 / 22:16

    My youngest daughter started off really well with there food and ate everything. But now we are in the fussy two year old stage where she only likes about 5 meals and we rotate them. I’m hoping she will come out of it like her sister did and so I am not stressing about it at the moment. Thank you for joining us at #SharingtheBlogLove x
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    • topfivemum
      November 15, 2016 / 17:21

      It’s good to know there’s still hope for our daughters yet Laura. With a bit of luck my son will be a better eater and encourage her to eat a few more different things!

  8. November 6, 2016 / 13:40

    My son ate anything and everything at first – I thought I’d totally landed on my feet! But now he’s 2 and the toddler fussiness has definitely set in. He’ll eat fruit so I’m grateful for that, but the only acceptable vegetables are peas (sometimes – it depends on the day!) and apparently pasta is the work of the devil! I don’t like to stress about it too much as he has a great appetite and if he doesn’t eat one meal I know he’ll catch up at some point. He does like to eat with us all together, so I’ve found that’s a great time to try and introduce him to something new. Thanks so much for joining us again at #SharingtheBlogLove
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  9. November 6, 2016 / 02:38

    I love these ideas! I don’t have a toddler but I have an eight month old that’s been a distracted feeder since birth so I’m gaining all the knowledge I can just in case he’s not a good eater too. Those creative pics of the food are so good! #Sharingthebloglove

  10. October 16, 2016 / 07:52

    HELP I have a fussy 7 year old who is driving me insane daily, actually multiple times a day! My daughters are brilliant and maybe I should be happy with 2 out of 3???? But I want him to be healthy!!! He hates like really hates all fruit. I can among a couple of bites of banana but that is it! He will eat carrots and I can force him to endure peas and broccoli but he is so fussy! It is exhausting! #mg
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    • topfivemum
      October 20, 2016 / 22:00

      Oh no, I was hoping by 7 they’d grow out of it. If it’s any consolation, I used to hate veggies. My mum used to put them on my plate and I’d try and hide them. I actually really like veggies now, but it took me a while to get there. I’m with you on the exhaustion front though – it’s a daily battle and so soul destroying when you meals just get rejected!

  11. October 15, 2016 / 12:00

    My eldest daughter was a fussy eater. It was and still is difficult to get her to eat although now she is much better as she is 6. But in general, she does not eat a lot while my little one (2 years old) will eat the whole house! LOL Making it pretty it is definitely a great idea but I’m not very good at it! But my hubby used to do that a lot and yes you are right it worked. Great tips. Thanks so much for sharing this #KCACOLS. It is lovely to have you, 🙂 x
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    • topfivemum
      October 20, 2016 / 21:58

      All kids are different aren’t they, and this just goes to show it’s nothing to do with our approach really – they’re either into food or they aren’t. I really enjoyed taking part in #KCACOLS and hope to be there again this week xx

  12. October 14, 2016 / 15:35

    Evie has never really been too fussy with food, she loves yoghurts and fruit, she also loves olives and mozerella and has a pretty strange diet. I think it’s usually just a stage of them learning what they like and don’t like really. As long as they’re eating something then that’s a good sign really! Blending veg in passatta sounds like a really good idea. #KCACOLS

    • topfivemum
      October 20, 2016 / 21:55

      Evie sounds like my kind of lunch date 🙂

  13. October 14, 2016 / 13:51

    Fab post! I was such a fussy eater as a child and I feel sorry for my parents now I’m older. My eldest is a bit fussy but we can usually rely on him to eat most things when he’s hungry enough! Thanks for linking up to #MarvMondays. Kaye xo

    • topfivemum
      October 20, 2016 / 21:54

      I never used to eat any vegetables either when I was younger, but I’m pretty good with them now. I totally agree that I’m happy if I can get her to eat anything!

  14. October 14, 2016 / 13:38

    Pinky went through this stage and in many ways she is still going through it and she’s nearly 4. The only difference is I now pay no attention to it. I used to worry so much it got ridiculous. I figure now she isn’t hungry and she isn’t overweight. If I think she has eaten particularly badly I take her for a longer walk or bike ride. Smoothies are often a winner but hiding things has a 50:50 success rate. I have never made a meal into a face or funny shape, if that doesn’t make me a ‘proper’ mum I’m pretty ok with that. I simply can’t be bothered…. I try not to start something I can’t finish 😂 I learnt that the hard way….. 15478 aeroplane yogurt spoons later.
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    • topfivemum
      October 20, 2016 / 22:04

      That’s such a healthy approach, Kirsty. I certainly don’t want food to become a source of stress for either of us, especially my daughter. I’m starting to pay less attention too – in fact, I won’t have a choice when I start weaning my son next week. Eek, here we go again! I’m definitely going to avoid the aeroplanes this time! You either eat or you don’t, I’m not going to faff around for ages this time (poor neglected second baby, ha).

  15. October 14, 2016 / 10:11

    I love the ducks dish it is so cute! Mine are relatively good eaters but my youngest didn’t like sandwiches for the longest time which made lunchtime really hard! Thankfully he loves them now – so their tastes do change as they grow older. Before he ate sandwiches he liked wraps so we filled those with cheese as it was the only thing he would eat!

    Good luck!

    Thank you for linking up to #KCACOLS and I hope to see you back again on Sunday x
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    • topfivemum
      October 25, 2016 / 14:54

      Thanks so much for your kind words Maria. I’m glad you said that sandwiches are a grower. I also struggle with that, mainly as my toddler just takes the cheese out and leaves the bread. It makes it hard to know what food to take with us when we’re on the go and need something that doesn’t need heating up. You’ve given me hope that this is hopefully a phase she’ll eventually grow out of!

  16. October 13, 2016 / 19:57

    Im suffering with this at the moment so I am letting her have free range on her food – she only gets what I give her but I allow her to freely feed herself. A little messy but it means that she feels more in control!
    Thanks for linking to #foodiefriday

    • topfivemum
      October 13, 2016 / 23:23

      I think you’re right in that it’s more about control for toddlers (and who can blame them really). Well done on reaching a compromise with your daughter. I’m about to start weaning my son next week (give me strength!) and I’m totally going for BLW this time around. I’m just not going to put myself through all that cooking for it to end up rejected. With a bit of luck, he may get his sister trying new things too (one can but dream). Thanks for hosting #foodiefriday. I’ll be back again soon!

  17. October 13, 2016 / 15:43

    Both my children are pretty fussy and limited on what they’ll eat, but we’ve taken quite a relaxed approach to it. I’m convinced they’ll branch out to more things as they get older! x #KCACOLS

    • topfivemum
      October 13, 2016 / 23:21

      I think you’re right and well done on managing to stay pretty chilled about it. It’s probably the best way! I think I’m less stressed out about what she eats (or doesn’t eat) than the fact that she gets very whiney if she’s hungry and everyone in the family suffers. Kids eh?!

  18. October 13, 2016 / 07:05

    I’m forever trying to get my kids to try new things, and am contestant lay trying new techniques- making it look pretty, spirilising veg, bribery! When will it end! #KCACOLS

    • topfivemum
      October 25, 2016 / 14:54

      welcome to the fussy eater club Kerry! Keep up the bribery 🙂

  19. October 11, 2016 / 18:44

    I really enjoyed reading this, do well written! Poor you it sounds like you have a determined little lady on your hands. My youngest is nearly two as well. He’s a great eater of meat but not so great with the veg. I’ve found that if he doesn’t have snacks in the afternoon he’s much more likely to eat everything on his plate for dinner. Anyway. Really hope things improve. If not, keep trying to his the veg… we do the same with pasta sauce… They’ll never know! #mg
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    • topfivemum
      October 13, 2016 / 23:17

      Thanks so much for your kind words, Andrea! It seems like none of us are alone when it comes to fussy eaters and we all have our tactics to hide, bribe or distract. I’m starting to wean my son next week…I’ve been dreading it but I bet he’ll probably be a brilliant eater. Kids eh?!

  20. October 11, 2016 / 10:52

    My boy is the same – obsessed with cheese – loves the strong stuff, since he was very little – crazy lol. Great ideas and photos #stayclassymama

    • topfivemum
      October 13, 2016 / 23:13

      oh yes, I can always rely on a bucket load of cheese to hide the real stuff LOL 🙂

  21. October 10, 2016 / 14:49

    Great tips, I have a very fussy toddler too and won’t touch vegetables or fruit. Hiding veg in pasta sauces is my go to, and so is smoothie wich she she loves and gets super excited about. My son also hated chips when he was younger, and has always hated ice cream, very strange for a kid!
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    • topfivemum
      October 13, 2016 / 23:12

      I long for the day when I no longer have to hide veg, but at least we know they are eating some eh?! I can’t believe your son hated ice cream. Amazing! 🙂

  22. October 10, 2016 / 07:55

    Wow I’m very impressed with your creative plates – they look really good! I can’t even begin to imagine how frustrating it must be when they don’t eat. It sounds like you’ve tried everything! My youngest never used to eat sandwiches so we had to think of different things to give him when we were out. Thankfully he likes wraps so we would always give him a cheese wrap or brioche (he’d eat that because it was sweet!) currently he’a loving jam sandwiches!

    Have you tried maybe getting her to help you make a dish – this helped to get mine to eat new things. He was more open to it because he helped make it.

    Thank you for linking up to #KCACOLS and I hope to see you back again on Sunday x
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    • topfivemum
      October 25, 2016 / 14:56

      I think it’s a brilliant idea to get little ones involved in helping to prepare a dish. Cakes certainly go down well, but then again anything sweet is normally never an issue (of course! ha!) I’ll definitely have to do more of this – everything’s worth a try!

  23. October 10, 2016 / 05:19

    Love your ducks and pasta, very pretty! My little boy (2) is super fussy which I struggle with as his big sister has always been an amazing eater, so I totally thought I had it sussed til he came along. I do find he eats a lot better when he’s glued to the iPad too, I’m ashamed to say. Needs must!! Can’t wait to get creative with my biscuit cutters after seeing this, wish me luck!!!! #thelist

    • topfivemum
      October 13, 2016 / 23:10

      Well they always reckon you don’t normally get two good eaters, so one of our two isn’t bad. I’m about to start weaning my son (reluctantly, ha!) but I’m sure he’ll be a breeze compared to my daughter. I”m going to try the baby-led approach this time and, you never know, it may spur my daughter on to eat something new! I can but hope 🙂

  24. October 9, 2016 / 17:33

    We are currently starting our weaning journey, and already she turns her nose up at things.
    I sense trouble ahead!
    Great blog post, I am sure a lot of people are in the same situation, it’s good to know we are not alone 🙂

    • topfivemum
      October 25, 2016 / 14:58

      Oh no, I feel your pain Jordan. I’ve started weaning my son this week and so far he just smiles at me as it slides down his chin. I forgot how long it takes at the beginning. Here we go again! Good luck my lovely xx

  25. October 9, 2016 / 15:41

    The little ducks and pasta is too cute!

    I’m hoping my little girl isn’t fussy but like you say it’s just one of those things that happen.

    My little girl is partial to a happy meal though haha!!

    #KCACOLS

    • topfivemum
      October 9, 2016 / 16:07

      Hoorah for Happy Meals! I recently tried the fishy one and it worked a treat. I haven’t tried to renact the 5 little ducklings dish though. Far too much of a faff LOL

  26. October 7, 2016 / 18:12

    Hi I totally hear you and it is hard, but you know you just have to keep going. Kids are infuriating at times, and no-one tells you that before you have them! My hubbie always told me “Don’t worry! It’s just a phase!” then he’d head off to work and leave me with the kids! Try not to let it become a battle ground and don’t let them have the pudding if they haven’t eaten the main. I remember I used to give mine lots of finger foods, fairy bites in their toddler years. I ended up eating with my kids in the evening, and hubbie ended up eating on his own… I also found Annabel Karmel invaluable with her children’s meals cookbook and as you say, there’s loads of inspiration out there online now! Just try to do it without spending a fortune! xx big hugs #foodiefriday

    • topfivemum
      October 9, 2016 / 16:06

      Thanks so much for your kind comments Caroline. I keep telling myself it’s all a phase, too (just seems a VERY long one LOL). I also keep telling myself that she’ll eat when she’s hungry, but this is easier said than done when she’s having a meltdown and you know she’s hungry. I’m starting to wean my son later this month so I’m hoping he’ll be a lot easier. I’m going to try the BLW approach this time in the hope it’ll be a bit easier and I’ll be less stressed out about it if he spits lovingly made puree back at me. That said, they reckon you never get two the same. Fingers crossed xx

  27. October 7, 2016 / 17:23

    Oh you are definitely not alone in this battle. I have a fussy eater. Clem is now 2 and although dinner time is fine I really struggle with lunch and breakfast time. She doesn’t like bread so sandwiches and toast are out. She is obsessed with cheese and pasta so I just make a big batch of veggie pasta sauce (blended obviously so she can’t tell there are veggies in it) and put that over it. I really like the creative plate even if it does look a little scary. #foodiefriday
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    • topfivemum
      October 9, 2016 / 16:03

      Thanks so much for making me feel like I’m not alone in this, Ky! It sounds like our little ones would be quite happy sitting together at the table eating their bowl of cheese and pasta LOL. I also struggle to know what to take out with us as she doesn’t go for sandwiches either. I’ve been relying on pasta/pesto but I can’t keep feeding her that…. Have you got any tips for lunches out on the go?

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