I'm excited to let her try more food. I have no problem letting her eat a lot but her choices are very limited and she really wouldn't give in no matter how much I try. But she gave in to Dinner Winner because she wants to see the surprise or reward she can get in at the end. If you've got a picky eater, I would recommend giving this a try. Read up below and also join our Dinner Winner giveaway, one of our lucky readers will win a set of Dinner Winner.
Dinner Winner comes in 4 designs. A pirate theme plate, a Forest plate that the kids call the princess plate, a hero plate called Supper Hero, and their original game board design.
Our kids are polar opposites. They came out looking alike when they were born but everything else is unbelievably different. One is mellow, one is (ehem) uncontrollable. One loves to sleep, one would wake up so easily.
Then when it comes to food. Breakfast alone I have to make 2 different meals. One likes pancake and bacon, the other is into sausage and eggs. One likes spaghetti, the other is mac & cheese. Big sis is chicken and beef, lil sis is shrimp and salmon. And they won't eat what the other is eating. I want big sis' to be more adventurous and when you have a picky eater like I do, you know why I'm rejoicing over her eating shrimp.
|hmm.. shrimp. LOL!|
After she tried the shrimp she exclaimed, "You can pack me shrimp for school". And I'm thinking, Yes, Yes, Yes!!!!
I wasnt able to make lil' sis try her carrots as she doesn't understand the reward system yet but she ate a lot using the tray. And while big sis ate following the game board, lil' sis' ate her fave food first. Today, big sis' also ate from her lil' sis' plate so she can claim the other surprise.
I didn't put chocolate or other treats as a surprise. Instead I put a note inside of what they can win. A trip to the Zoo, watch a new movie, things we were already going to do that they don't know about yet. Oh ya, I also got her to try mango.