Mera beta 13 year ka hi. Bo thik se khana nhi khata

Kavita Goswami let me know his food choices and meal pattern so that I can plan a diet for him.please Ask me directly for customized diet plan for him on my what's up no. 9757149915

Hi Kavita. Hum sab aapke saath hai . Yahaan bahut experienced moms hain Jo aapki madad karenge. Mera beta bhi aisa hi karta that. Ek saal ka baby to sab kuch kha sakta hai. Aap alag alag recipe try karein. Zaroori nahin ki saara veggies khayein. Jo bacche ko accha lagta hai wahi dein. Dahi, paranthe , cheela, toast

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Apka baby 13 year ka hai aap baby sab kuch de sakte hai aao agar joint family me rahte hai to usko apne sath hi bithakar khana khilaye is age me bachche game khelna,ya apne cartoon show dekhan ,school work krne me jyada busy hote hai aap school me bhi achche dishes bnakar dijiye use kya pasand hai vo jaroor dijiye diet aise ho healthy ke sath testy bhi agar vo bhar ka kuch cips,pizza ya aisa kuch pasand krta hai to ghar ka khana khane me aisa krega hi. Revauthi Rajamani pls help

This is a very common question and a difficult task. But it can be made easier and the key to teach your kids to eat all by themselves is to motivate them and carefully notice signals to identify if they are ready to feed themselves.
Following are simple and practical ways to help your kid to feed themselves.
Try to find out if your child is ready to self-feed
The first thing that they learn is to grab food with their hands and put it in their mouth. Slowly, they progress and start holding finger foods and put them in their mouth all by themselves. If this is the case, your toddler is ready to self-feed. Most babies develop this skill between about seven and eleven months of age.
Start with easy and simple foods.;
At first, stick to foods that dissolve easily in the mouth; by the toddler years, you can start offering many more foods.; Few foods that you can start with are finger foods, small pieces of ripe, soft fruits like bananas, mangos, peaches, or watermelon, small pieces of soft cooked vegetables etc.;;
Sit with your toddler.;
Mealtimes are important part of your kid and take this chance to interact with your toddler and help them learn through demonstration. So do not just simply place the food in front of your toddler and walk away. Slowly help them learn to hold a spoon and eat as they grow.;
Be prepared to handle the mess.;
Toddlers are messy when it comes to eating. Don't try to get angry and ruin the practice of self-feeding. Instead try to minimize the damage by removing rugs or placing a protective cover underneath your child’s high chair, help them wear bibs etc.;
Appreciate your kid.;

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