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Old 11-19-2012, 08:07 PM   #21
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My son is usually really good about eating his food. We give him the choice of a veggie and as long as he gets to choose something or have some say in what's being made, he'll eat it. He actually asked for (and ate) peas the other night. I had to pretend to like them too. There has been an occasion where I told my wife that I wasn't going to eat what was being made (i.e. scrapple, asparagus, any kind of mushroom). There are some things that just over the line for me. She ate those items alone while my son and I had breakfast for dinner. He's a good 3yr old.

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