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Little Munch Mouth! Out-numbered Mommy 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Luverne, MN, United States 901 posts
12th Aug

My son never ate before, unless we were in the car, we always said the only way he survived was by how much milk he drank (literally like a gallon a day)!! But once he turned 2 (July 3rd) something just switched... He now eats lime crazy!!! We got a late start on breakfast this morning -9:30- and he os still eating and its almost noon!! He throws a 2 year old tantrum when I try to take him out of hos booster seat! He has had a half a cup of Kix, a Nutragrain bar, a cheese stick, 5 large strawberries, a piece of peanutbutter toast and about a cup of milk!!! Have any other mommies experienced this?? Should I just avoid fighting and let him keep eating and just do a healthy snack later? Im in shock.. And dont really know what to do... Lol. Just glad hes actually eating again!

Photo Assassin 67 kids; Louisville, Kentucky 1666 posts
12th Aug

Never heard of a child over eating, so I don't see an issue with continuing to allow him to snack throughout the day. Seems as though is going through a growth spurt. They will taper off when he starts getting full.

Out-numbered Mommy 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Luverne, MN, United States 901 posts
12th Aug

I just cant believe it! He is on his second piece of toast!!! That is more than I can eat!! Lol

Booger & Bubba's Mommy 18 kids; Illinois 8136 posts
12th Aug

<blockquote><b>Quoting Out-numbered Mommy:</b>" I just cant believe it! He is on his second piece of toast!!! That is more than I can eat!! Lol"</blockquote>



Give him some fruit, veggies, protien, not just a bunch of empty carbs.