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Feeding Your 3-Year-Old

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Although your 3-year-old still has very definite ideas about what he wants to eat, he's more willing to try new foods than he was last year. He'll probably like certain foods because of their colors or shapes, and he may still insist on food being arranged "just so." Your child will also enjoy helping out in the kitchen, as long as you're patient with his limited assistant skills.

 
The reluctant eater of this age may accept foods that are presented in a new or interesting way, on a special dish or in an unexpected shape. So it's time to get clever and have fun together.

 

Wipe away the mess
and let your baby play!

Bounty DuraTowel is perfect for mealtime spills to
finger painting splatters. With one quick wipe, you'll
have cleaner surfaces to ensure your baby has the
freedom to play!
 
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