can you share your experience on how to feed a healthy child ?

China
April 10, 2009 8:52am CST
I'm a staff mother ,I have a 18 monthes old son ,he can walk just when he was one years old ,and now he's a very smart and happy little boy now .he's so lovely that whenever I think of him ,the happy smile will be turn up my face ,and his naughty behavior always make me yock ,I want to share the funny things of our little guys,ok ,moms ?
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@bamakelly (5193)
• United States
15 Apr 09
It is a great joy to be a mother. They are doing something new every day. You have asked to share experiences on how to feed a healthy child. I have a five year old boy and I do make sure that he eats fruits and vegetables when we have them. It is not too early for your son to be eating things like bananas or other things like vegetables that are in a jar. I think that giving things to children early on can possible promote better eating habits later in life. Your son is still under two years old and you can teach him now to eat the right things. I wouldn't force feed him though. Just take things one step at a time. And children can do the funniest things. My son likes to laugh and sing and talk a lot. He just has a problem with interrupting grown up conversations sometimes but when he does sometimes people just laugh. My son is quite the character. I wish you much luck with your little boy and years of happiness and success.
• China
16 Apr 09
Hi bamakelly ,thank you very much for your response and kindly suggestions.best wish for you and your smart son .
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@bamakelly (5193)
• United States
16 Apr 09
Thank you for the award of best response. I really am glad the information was helpful to you. It really is essential to our children to eat the right way. And I know that I do try to feed my son what is best for him. Sometimes it isn't always easy for our children to eat what we want them to eat. But we do what is best because we care about them so much. Never too early as I said before. Continued success to you and yours.