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Preschoolers are more likely to do things themselves. However, they also want to learn from their parents. That’s why it is aptly quoted that “home is the very first school of kids” where parents are actual teachers. That’s why in mending their eating habits, parents are going to play a crucial role as whatever they are going to learn is completely related to what their parents are going to teach them.

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Dr. Roshani Dave Posted: Thursday, November 29, 2012 6:21:06 PM(UTC)
initially child doesn't like to chew any solid food, so give him more semisolid food, juices and shakes. they should give according to their demand ,mostly at interval of3-4 hours.
pooja Posted: Thursday, November 8, 2012 1:18:02 PM(UTC)
I m having twin baby boys of 21 months. They do not want to eat anything. what to do? how much time gap is needed in breakfast brunch lunch and dinner.