At this point, your child is more calm at the table, more hungry to eat at mealtimes, and more capable of tolerating simple variety during meals. They are developing skills to taste new foods, and getting braver every day. You are also becoming more brave, and trusting that your child (and you!) can do hard things. It’s time to decrease the amount of safety food yet again to use that hunger drive to taste other foods. We’ll show you how to keep this step manageable.
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