He plays with food

He plays with food

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Spinach everywhere on the table, crumbs on the floor, mashed in the hair ... Since he trains to eat alone, your toddler is having a great time!

The problem

Since he wants to eat alone, your child takes the opportunity to mess with the food and, around him, it's a real battlefield!

Who disturbs it?

  • Your child. He can not help but play with food but, in the face of your impatience, he opposes even more. The meals end up becoming bad times to pass.
  • You. You dread meal times because it is the showdown with your child each time. More annoying, you fear that he does not eat enough.

He plays with food and puts it everywhere

He crushes his pasta, spreads his compote ... Normal, he is old enough to discover the materials, to manipulate. He appropriates new foods and becomes familiar with them to better accept them when he puts them in his mouth.

  • What has to be done. It's up to you to prepare the ground by protecting the ground with a small plastic sheet or newspaper. Also think of the suction pad, the long-sleeved apron or the salvage bib. Of course, you can frame the game and if it's the dad who sets the limits, it's more effective.
  • What to tell him. "You've seen your pasta, it looks like mashed potatoes now, taste them, you'll see, it's good too, but beware, not on the floor, all in your mouth!"

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