16 Foods My Little Food Camel Rejected This Week

I’ve started to call Mason My Little Food Camel. Since he’s barely eaten all week I think the nickname fits. I imagine that he’s storing food in the same way a camel stores water so that every bite is lasting him a long, long time. He ate wonderfully Monday night, but breakfast has bombed for the last three days. He’s been more interested in playing with his classmates then eating lunch at school, and he’s refused to eat pretty much everything expect for tons of whole milk and organic apple-cinnamon graham crackers at dinner. Instead of freaking out, I decided to make this list of all the stuff he’s turned down. It makes me feel happy that he’s had the opportunity to eat so many wonderful things–all of which he’s loved in the past–and I recognize that this is just a passing phase. He may be difficult this week but perhaps next week he’ll eat everything on this list and more. What has your babe refused to eat this week?

Photo: On Wednesday, Mason’s peach oatmeal wound up on his face instead of in his belly (left). 

Blueberry-Cinnamon Waffles
Cheesy Shells with Veggies
Ham-and-Egg Crepes
French Fries
French Toast
Green Beans
Hamburger on a Whole-Wheat Bun
Orange Slices
Peach Oatmeal
Organic Cheese Toast
Scrambled Eggs
Strawberry-Banana Yogurt
Whole-Wheat Crackers

3 thoughts on “16 Foods My Little Food Camel Rejected This Week

  1. Hi Heather,
    Logan has exactly same problem now.I am having a hard time feeding him. He throw pasta to floor instead of eating….
    He refused the food below so far
    brown rice he used like to eat
    corn which is his favorite
    most Steamed veggies
    but he eat Apple muffin that I cooked, sandwich, bread, fruit

  2. I just found this blog and it seems custom tailored for me! Our Dyl Pickle has always been a picky eater, such that I gave up on making foods, it was too heartbreaking. This blog (and the fact he is 1 year old and supposed to not be eating nasty gerber purees) is my new inspiration.

    This week, he refused but used to love:

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