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AuntLinda

Healthy Foods Grandkids Love

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Do you have grandkids coming to visit during the coming school break? You might be interested in my recent blog posts: "What Do I Feed the Grandkids? Six Days of Recipes."

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I have a 3 1/2 year old great grandson that lives with me. He doesn't "like it" is his favorite saying. If he won't eat I cut up his food and put toothpicks in it or make a shish kabob out of it. He loves it. He is still in the finger eating stages seems to make it taste better. I am new to this site and would love some healthy foods for him that are easy and kid approved. Have a great holiday! Nancy

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Sounds like a great idea! Just be carefull of that tooth pick. My Dad had a friend who got a tooth pick lodged in his throat from a sandwich and had to have surgery. As a child we never were allowed to use a tooth pick. You know how you remember things from your childhood. You sound like a great Grandmaother. Merry Christmas

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Merry Christmas to all of you and yours!

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