For the most part, children’s mealtime behaviour happens behind closed doors. However, whether it’s Thanksgiving, Christmas or a feast day from another cultural tradition, big family meals mean eating in front of many people – often a time when parents of fussy eaters feel judged. Many parents tell me that they avoid revealing the full extent of their child’s restricted eating because they are embarrassed about it or feel that it’s some kind of reflection on them. At big family meals, there’s nowhere to hide.
If you are worried about making it through to the new year without any food dramas, follow these three tips: Continue reading