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I admit I have one picky eater, he is my youngest. Yes K refuses to try anything new, eat things he “thinks” he doesn’t like and will go to bed without dinner over having to try anything new. My three year old son is easily satisfied during breakfast or lunch because those are sort of “by the fly” meals, meaning kids have their own choice for the most part, but dinner on the other hand can be a challenge.

I mentioned that my five year old now has  a town library card and well this is a book he picked out as one of his first two books taken out of the town library, I will Never Not Ever Eat a Tomato.  When checking this book out of the library I was told that this book was very creative and such a great concept. Once I dove into reading I Will Never Not Ever Eat a Tomato I realized how correct Miss Janice, the children’s librarian & long time family friend, was … this book rocks!

If you are like me, with a picky eater, then I really highly recommend you check your local library or purchase this book for your children’s book shelf. I am totally attempting some of the techniques and creative ways with food at my dinner table with the three year old stubborn boy, Mister K.

What are some creative ways you were able to get your children more interested in eating new foods?

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Written by brandyellen

Brandy is a born and raised New Hampshire resident who loves to spend extra time laughing & smiling with her three children. Brandy runs multiple blogs & she loves to tweet daily and ramble on Facebook. Author, with her daughter, of Positive Girl - The Power of Your Thoughts Question about this post or something found within it? Read my Disclosure Policy as well as Terms of Use.

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  1. dramaqueensmum (52 comments)

    This sounds cute. My daughter doesn’t eat much. She won’t eat any veggies at all & tomatoes are on the list of things that she won’t try (ketchup too).