So Rubes believes she can live entirely on bread (wholemeal at least) and butter, digestive biscuits, cheese, sometimes bananas and jalna yoghurt. Now if you don't serve one of the aforementioned list, she will throw anything you serve on the floor (to Georgie's fat bastard delight), spit out anything you put in her mouth, scream and point hysterically at the fridge "DOUGHYURT! DOUGHYURT! DOOOOOOOOUUUUGGGGHHYYYUURRT! EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEHHHHHHHHHHH!", followed with tears, frantic pointing and screaming. It's delightful. Actually, her obsession and drama with yoghurt mostly makes me laugh and I desperately want to film it and play it at her 21st birthday. Now I know she is at the age where she realises she is her own little person, with OPINIONS and MUMMY SHOULD HEAR THEM ALL THE TIME. Ok, great, but I am a little preoccupied with MALNUTRITION RUBY.
SO experienced parental units out there, I am sure this is normal, but is it a phase that will pass or am I destined to have a fussy eater? I am and have always been really relaxed with food with her, never forcing stuff and letting her try whatever we are having to actually EXPAND her palate so that food / feeding doesn't become a stressful thing. Meh.
Other than that, lordy she is in a delightful and very naughty phase. Talking, talking talking with proper words now and then, good moods and delightfulness. We're having fun.