Is your toddler a fussy eater?
Here’s what our Facebook fans had to say...
The fussy eaters

I remember my sister refused to eat yogurt with pieces in it. - Meagan Lynn Karstens

Never had a problem with my 5 year old, but the youngest (18 months) very fussy. - Louise Van Coller Burrows

Mine takes tomato sauce with EVERYTHING! Gross. But it works. - Estelle van Rensburg

My toddler just doesn’t want 2 eat period! I need help. - Felicity MacTavish

He's turning 9 and STILL IS!!! I wish it would change. - Leanne Nezar Nee Downing

I think the only thing he didn't like was the jarred food, he preferred my cooking! - Fiona Crowley

The plate cleaners

He eats almost anything, with chicken livers on rice being his favourite. - Charline Galloway De Gruchy

My little ones eat anything and everything. Mushrooms, veg, cucumber ect. - Candice Hempel

My 5 year old is not too fussy, but he eats very slowly almost an hour sometimes. - Siboniso Mncwabe

My little one eats anything and everything, it’s fantastic! - Kim Plakonouris Kruger

From day 1 we made the food ''child friendly'' so now all 3 my kiddies will eat any food....even tongue! - Gillian Smith Phelps

My first child is a terrible fussy eater. He drives me nuts! My second son is a vacuum cleaner who will literally lick the plate clean. - Allison Wainwright

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