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Tuesday Tip for Picky Eaters: Commit to One Small Change in 2013

This week’s Tuesday Tip for Picky Eaters: Commit to One Small Change in 2013.
It's the new year and that means it's time for reflections and resolutions. 
Happy New Year!
First, the reflection. I started this blog nearly six months ago when Henry was nearing six months of age. In that short time, his food adventure has progressed from soup in a bottle to full participation in our family's Christmas Eve dinner. He eats nearly any food from hummus to hum bao. Meats and breads are his favorite, but he also loves mushrooms, squash, pears and citrus fruits. This past week, he enjoyed slurping tortellini soup and clam chowder.
Henry and Daddy eating sushi.
Henry munches on a wedge of grapefruit.
Thank you to all of this blog's readers for your interest in following our family. I find it incredible that this blog has had over 7,000 page views from readers around the world. I am having fun documenting Henry's journey and I have some great ideas for upcoming stories. I hope you will keep reading and sharing your thoughts and suggestions. I also love hearing hearing your story ideas and questions.

Now, for the resolution. I'd like to challenge you to make one small change to your food routine in 2013. Choosing one small resolution makes it more likely you'll stick with it throughout the year. If you have picky eaters, include them in making a family resolution. It might be trying one new food per week, making sure to eat breakfast every day, or enjoying more meals together as a family.

Here's to a happy and healthy 2013!

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