I’ve talked off and on about Knox & Sloane’s eating habits. One week they are great and they next they aren’t. Actually, I could say that goes from day-to-day as well.
I would say overall they are good eaters. I tried to start foods relatively early so they could start getting a taste for everything. I stuck to what Moms On Call told me, which was to keep repeatedly offering even if they decline something or split it out.
Now, Knox & Sloane are better about eating the things we eat. I think they kind of got tired with us just putting simple and plain things on their plate. Knox is my picky one so he would just say he was done if he didn’t want anything.
I’m now trying to determine things I can cook that Knox and Sloane will eat and Brent and I will eat.
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