Tell Us: Conquering Picky Eaters and Instilling Healthy Eating Habits in Kids
In this week's Moms Talk, we want to know how you get your kids to try new foods—and eat healthy.
Usually each Wednesday in Moms Talk, our Moms Council of Melrosians take your questions, give advice and share solutions.
This week, we're trying something different—we want to hear from you! After all, Melrose Patch isn't a one-way broadcasting station. This is a community site and you're a big part of it, so we want to hear your thoughts.
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So grab a cup of coffee and settle in as we start the conversation in the comments section with today's question ...
Conquering the picky eater and instilling healthy eating habits in our kids. How did you get your kid to stop refusing to eat certain foods? How did you introduce healthy eating habits?