Eat together whenever you can because meals are an opportunity for the family to spend time together and to teach the child basic table manners and how to handle cutlery.
If a child is younger than 3 years allow it to eat with his fingers. Offer him a spoon or a fork, but do not insist on their immediate acceptance. Don’t reprimand the child if it gets messy while eating – eating is a process of learning and building of the child’s confidence so you should be patient. Allow your kid to decide how much it’s going to it on his own, don’t insist on quantity. Don’t worry if your kid doesn’t eat all the food you have prepared him, daily needs for foods depend on a couple of factors, like daily activity of a child, his age and so on.
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