Fine. If she isn't hungry, I won't make her eat. She is more of a breakfast person anyhow. Healthier that way I read.
Anyhow, She won't eat so she gets to teach the little one the joys of the spoon. They are both happy that way and I can eat my supper while it's still hot.
Sure beats forcing the older one to eat, getting here upset and traumatized regarding food for the rest of here life, like my parents did to my sister. A win-win-win for all three of you!
We've tried making her eat. It's now to the point where she needs to eat 1 bite of everything and she's done if she wants.
Breakfast and lunch aren't a problem, just dinner. So we are trying to make those healthier.
I know anorexia and bulimia can be problems later on. I don't understand them, but I don't want to create an environment that could predispose if I can help it.
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