Food and Nutrition

early morning breakfasts

Debarati Bhattacharya
3 to 7 years

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Updated on Oct 31, 2017

please suggest some early morning breakfasts for my 4 years old. he doesn't want to eat milk with oats or milk with cornflake s. everyday it's became a battle to feed him .what should I do. otherwise he. eats almost everything.

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Ishu

| Nov 02, 2017

same problem here Piyali ...everything is match with u here

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Deanna Alt

| Nov 01, 2017

Hi hun, I dont know if this is available to you but my 4. 9yr old wouldnt eat breakfast at all. Only wanted junk food like crisps and refused to eat at all when I refused to give them to her. I started droping her off at breakfast club at her school and since then they have told me that she usually chooses cereal, yoghurt and milk then sits with everyone else and eats without any fuss. Now she loves going to breakfast club and I love a stress and fight free morning.

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Piyali ganguli

| Nov 01, 2017

Hello freinds I have a 5 year old boy. His school started at 7 .00 a. m in morning. My home is very far from his school so he had to get up at 5. 30 his car came at 6 .in morning he don't want to eat anything not even milk. He feel sleepy .He came back at 1. 35 p. m. After he returned he take bath eat food and sleep. So in most of evening he don't play as he sleep till 6 or 6. 30 p. m. At night I try him to go to bed at 10 p. m. But he wake till 11. 30 or 12 .as a result again in morning waking him up is a battle. Half of time he is with coughs and cold and absent from school. Please suggest some remedy to change his food habit and routine

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Fouzia

| Oct 31, 2017

its right.. wake him up early n give some gap between his fresh up routine n breakfast routine.. kids dont eat immediately after they wake up or after brushing... giving some time gap will give them. time to feel hungry.. n in few days he will eat whatever u feed him.. i hope.. happy parenting

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Shikha Batra

| Oct 31, 2017

hi Debarati Bahttacharya! I do comprehend your concern. u could wake him up early.. and let him get fresh , so that he feels hungry. here is a blog on healthy nutritious breakfast recipes. please go through the link given below. Hey! I find this parent blog really interesting. I suggest you have a look too: https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/fun-breakfast-recipes-easy-to-make-yummy-to-eat/2538?ptref=sa0l000030g01y

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