How To Make Kids Want To Try New Foods

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Baby monitor

With a baby monitor, you can use your time flexibly, sleep peacefully at night and still know at all times that your baby is doing well.

Nursing pillow

A good breastfeeding pillow has several advantages, because it helps you not only to breastfeed, but also to fall asleep and is also suitable as a nest.

Diaper bags

A diaper bag offers you a lot of storage space, so that you have everything you need for your baby on the go - from the changing pad to the bottle.


A pucksack gives your baby the feeling of security, like in the womb, and thus supports a peaceful and restful sleep.

Bicycle trailer

Bicycle trailers can be used in combination with a baby seat shortly after birth. They are not only safer than child seats but also more comfortable.


A playpen can be very practical in everyday life! Which model is suitable for your needs, you can read in my guide.

Baby bed

The first bed accompanies your child for years. Fortunately, there are beds that grow with your child. I have made for you on the search for the best baby beds.


A stroller is a worthwhile purchase. But there are the most diverse models on the market. Find out which is the right one.

Radiant heater

Radiant heaters provide your child with the necessary warmth when changing diapers or after bathing.

Extra bed

Side beds are very practical and offer both mother and baby a lot of advantages, because for babies, especially in the first months of life, it is reassuring to be able to sleep next to their parents.

10 thoughts on “How To Make Kids Want To Try New Foods”

  1. Make them a healthy meal and tell them it’s that or nothing. Doesn’t take too long before they get the picture (it will take a few days but just hang tuff). I especially liked my carrots, colliflower, zukini, potatoe and cheese sauce which I referred to as a ‘concockion’.

  2. I really needed these tips today! My almost 2 year old (tear) just throws everything during meal times! Ugh! I am trying everything I can Thanks for the help! Pinned! I have a feeling I am going to need to resort back to this post with every kid in the future 🙂

  3. Brittany, when my 2 y. o. starts throwing food around– she is going down immediately (from the high chair). Sometimes it is enough to ask– are you ready to go down? for her to stop.

  4. Love these tips- very useful and helpful! Food seems to be a constant dinnertime battle here! Thanks for linking with The Intentional Parenting Link Party- loved crossing paths. Would love for you to share at Tuesday Talk tomorrow if you have time. 🙂

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