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  1. Love your blog, I found it while looking for OT blogs. My oldest sees an OT for sensory and motor skills. My youngest (almost two year old) is my picky eater. I have been able to use a couple of your tips with success. Thanks!

  2. It would be wonderful for my 2 1/2 year old. She has been failure to thrive since 6 months, and was literally eating nothing for days. Now that she has been to OT, her eating has been improving, and we are always looking for new and fun ways to encourage eating!

  3. My two year old son is a very picky eater and has texture problems. He gags a lot if he does happen to try something new. I would love to see if this would help since you mentioned that kids with texture problems can handle small regularly shaped pieces of food better than large irregular pieces.

  4. I have been using cookie cutters to entice my son to eat his sandwiches at school. I think I need to explore more with FunBites to get more of a variety of shapes! My son is beyond picky. I think it is a texture thing. I have noticed that he tends to go more with crunchy foods though.

  5. I’m just starting table foods with my 10 month old daughter. She’s our first! 🙂 I think having a fun bites would be amazing! Not only would it make meals fun, but I think it would even be conveniet to use when the “pizza cutter” is dirty to help cut her meals into “bite size” pieces! Thanks for sharing and having the giveaway- how fun!! 🙂

  6. This is a great idea as I’m trying to introduce more foods to my 2 year old, or rather get him to like more foods.

  7. Love your blog. As a foster parent of a dev. delayed child, I have all sorts of learning to do, but keeping her full is often difficult. Thanks for the great ideas.

  8. Oh my gosh- I’m loving all these comments! You all have such great thoughts! For those of you that are really struggling, I do offer consultation services at a very affordable rate- although if the prices are a problem, let me know and we can discuss that.

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