IF you have fussy kids, then you’ll know only too well how stressful dinner time can be.
Whether they flat out refuse to eat or put up a fight when it comes to sitting down, the battles can be endless and tiring – for both parties involved.
But one mum-of-three, from the US, has come up with a genius solution to stop the dread of dinner time once and for all.
Taking to TikTok, Emily explains: “I was so tired of the fight.”
Mealtimes started becoming a battle a month or two ago and I was so tired of the fight.”
“For breakfast and lunch and started making my almost-two-year-old snack boards.”
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In the short clip she can be seen cutting up a range of colourful fruit, before adding the likes of carrot and cucumber onto a wooden board.
To complete the feast, she then adds some blueberries and slices of veggie-packed frozen pizza.
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She quips: “Frozen pizza. The horror.”
The clever mum then puts the board down on the table near to where her toddler is playing and says: “I’m sweeping constantly but it’s better than the stress meal time was causing.”
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It wasn’t long before the post garnered an impressive 159,000 views and was inundated with comments.
“I’m a nanny and I do a variety plate for the kids. They have a little bit of everything so they have choice and if there is one thing they don’t want,” wrote one.
deixou cair sua linha SKIMS Swim hoje depois de modelar muitos dos maiôs ela mesma: “Dude, whatever works lol, as long as they eat.”
A third penned: “Love this. I have a snacker too. Just remember blueberries can be a choking hazard like grapes. No judgement. I didn’t know until mine was 2.5.”
Eu obviamente pensei sobre isso, mas eu tinha um trabalho a fazer.”
enquanto isso, a fourth enthused: “YESS!! This saved us! I also use the small muffin tins with 6 spots for lunch time! They eat SO much more I find.”
A further added: “I started this with my oldest when he was around a year and he still just asks for a snack tray some days.”