It's a delightful and clever little picture book from the author of Poo Bum and a story that fussy
eaters will love because they will see themselves in the main character and for parents who can enjoy some light relief about youngsters who only want to eat a particular thing.
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Q MY toddler is driving me crazy with his fussy
1 SET A GOOD EXAMPLE: The best way to encourage fussy
eaters to enjoy a better selection of food is to set a good example and follow a healthy diet yourself.
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FAMILIES are wasting money by cooking multiple meals to cater for fussy
eaters, an energy firm has warned.
Q My boxer Sonja is quite a fussy
eater - she won't eat dry food unless it has tuna juice on it.
For the past decade, Miracle Blanket has been dedicated to calming fussy
and colicky infants in seconds, making for a more peaceful home for parents of newborns," says Michael Gatten, CEO and founder of the dad-invented Miracle Blanket.
THEY'RE the love of your life but if your child is a fussy
eater it can be enough to drive any devoted parent to distraction.
Mothers, especially those who are obese, are more likely to use television to entertain and soothe infants who are more fussy
and active, according to researchers at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
According to the Fussy
Food Nation report, amongst the top 20 most hated foods were liver, olives, black pudding, kippers, blue cheese, beetroot, sardines, and Brussels sprouts, the Daily Mail reported.
Anything, she's not fussy
, but she especially likes eating tatties and mince.
is a picture book for fussy
young dressers whose parents have wearied and despaired of the search for appropriate cajolery magic to persuade said child into clothes of any color.
The rear's too high, the sides are too fussy
and the front's too busy.