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Picky Little Palates

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Picky Little Palates

Handling picky eaters can be difficult sometimes, our proparent shares her tips and tricks she used to end the power struggles and managed to feed her daughter and yet retain her interest in home cooked meals.


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Neha Saroha

| Aug 01, 2015

Hi Neha, thanks for your comment. I accomplished weaning in 2 phases and it took about a month. First, I weaned off the daytime feeding and then the night time feeding. Firstly, try keeping her tummy full with other foods, so she wouldn't require milk and try handing over the child to some other caretaker during the time she craves for feed just to soothe herself, like sleep times. Usually, day time weaning is easier as there are more ways to distract the child during the day. You will have to be really strongwilled for night time weaning, so take the help of your mom or mom in law to hold and soothe the child and don't hold the child yourself. Unless you wean her off completely during day don't go for night time, the child tends to feel very insecure during this time. Hope this helps.

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Neha Gupta

| Jul 31, 2015

Hi Neha ,Tnx for nice blog. I am a mother of 18 month old baby. She is a vry fussy eater. my pedia has also suggested me to ween off ,but i am unable to do so. pls suggest me how u did so...

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