You don’t need to train your kids to breathe. So you’d kind of think, along the same “this is necessary to survive, you fool!” sort of theme, that getting your kid to EAT wouldn’t be as hard as it can be! But it is.
Saying “some kids have tricky palates” is like saying “outer space is big.” Things as random as a change in a food’s packaging design can result in a food strike! Figuring out your kid’s appetite can be as flippin’ difficult as solving a fully-twerked Rubik’s cube with a pair of salad tongs. Heck! Even salad can be hard to solve with salad tongs! You get the idea. In your most frustrated moments, like me, you may have even hoped that some of the food might absorb through their skin since most of it winds up there anyway. (Sighs)
This post obviously wasn’t created to teach anything useful, but simply so we can all raise our eyebrows and shake our heads together at the sheer test of cunning and determination that is feeding our kids.
We chose to highlight the madness of kids’ tongues and tummies because Annie’s Homegrown is all about making it easier for us child-feeders to choose GOOD.
And, with colder weather upon us, they have a SOUP-er (sorry for the dad joke) line of yummy organic soups. They’ll pair wonderfully with your kid’s geometrically-perfect grilled cheese sandwich quarters, with the crusts massaged and slightly shaved, and topped with no less than four cheddar bunnies. (Eye twitches)