By Steph Montgomery
My kids used to be good eaters. When they were babies and toddlers, they would willingly try anything I offered. Then they turned 3, and suddenly all bets were off and I was frantically searching the internet, trying to find things to feed a 3 year old. Because unless my kids’ food was served as a dipping sauce or in a pouch, they weren’t interested.
To learn more about what my preschooler should actually be eating to be healthy and strong, Romper spoke with pediatric feeding specialist and author of kid-friendly cookbook Adventures in Veggieland Melanie Potock, MA, CCC-SLP, via email.