Lazy parenting 

Boy 2 has been offered a lovely hearty toddler friendly paella for lunch. He’s turned it down. He’s now decided he only wants my leftover popadoms, from lady night’s take away, and a few slices of pear. 

I really can’t be bothered to argue with him! Today just feels like one of those days when I can’t be doing with parenting!! 

I’ll say he’s experimenting with exotic foods 😁😁

Is it wrong to share this info in public?? Should I be keeping it to myself that I’ve given a toddler such a nutritionally unbalanced meal? 

I don’t know, but what i do know is I’ve been able to drink a cup of hot tea in peace. That will do for me! 

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One thought on “Lazy parenting 

  1. Not wrong to share what happens in households everywhere! My oldest son, 9, has his share of meals he doesn’t like and on those nights, he figures something out. My girls – forget it. They each have their share of food problems, but I give them vitamins everyday so I’m cool with that.

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