17 hilarische tweets van ouders over hun kieskeurige eters
Dat het af en toe een hele battle is om kleintjes te laten eten, kan menig ouder beamen. Het hebben van kieskeurige kleine eters is zwaar. Het is namelijk zoveel makkelijker wanneer ze alles even lekker vinden.
Gelukkig sta jij als ouder er niet alleen voor wat dit betreft. Mocht je nog twijfelen, geniet van de tweets hieronder. Misschien valt het bij jullie thuis allemaal wel mee, en anders heb je evengoed lekker kunnen lachen.
Toddler food pyramid:
Meat pressed into shapes
F R U I T S N A C K S
— Jennifer S. White (@yenniwhite) 11 April 2017
Them: what’s parenthood like?
Me: I spent my Saturday evening picking every bit of parsley off dinner so tiny people stop crying is what it’s like.
— Karen Johnson (@21stcenturysahm) 14 January 2018
“You are SO picky,” said the 8yo who won’t eat pizza if it has sauce on it
— Sarah del Rio (@sarahdelri0) 8 February 2016
Dinner is a great time for my family to come together to tell each other exactly what is wrong with the meal I made.
— Jesspacito (@mommajessiec) 20 March 2018
Me: Ok what fruit do you want for dinner?
Me: Not that kind of fruit
5yo: By the Foot
— Robert Knop (@FatherWithTwins) 3 February 2015
Child: What’s for dinner?
Child: GROSS! DISGUSTING! PROJECTILE VOMIT!
Child: Siri, what is casserole?
— The Dad (@thedad) 31 July 2018
My preschooler is a pretty picky eater for someone who snacks on boogers all day.
— Walking Outside (@WalkingOutside) 5 May 2016
3yo is upset because I didn’t eat the pretend lunch she made me. My, my, my, how the tables have turned.
— MotherPlaylist (@MotherPlaylist) 7 March 2017
I can tell you that my kids eat a very balanced diet from the four basic food groups: chicken nuggets, Lunchables, Sprite and boogers.
— Abe Yospe (@Cheeseboy22) 3 October 2011
Trying to figure out the right plate/food combo for a toddler is like trying to complete a Rubik’s Cube for the first time, every time.
— The ParentNormal (@ParentNormal) 25 June 2016
“A bunch of food you’re going to whine about is ready.” I shout with no response.
“There’s ketchup & applesauce!”
Kids come running.
— Jennifer Lizza (@outsmartedmommy) 18 January 2017
Hey, let’s eat outside tonight so the flies can eat our food while the mosquitos eat us, & the kids eat nothing b/c they hate burgers today.
— Stephanie Ortiz (@Six_Pack_Mom) 15 July 2017
You could make dinner for a toddler, or you could just cut out the middle man & throw away a plate of food and squirt ketchup on the dog.
— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) 12 September 2014
For all you non-believers, our next trick…
We will sit in front of this food, not eat it, and make your sanity disappear!
— A Bearer Of Dad News (@HomeWithPeanut) 13 January 2018
Restaurants really should be required to note on their kids menu whether the mac & cheese is Kraft or some other god-awful, home-made concoction that my child will turn her nose up at and send back to the kitchen with ill regard for the chef.
— Dad Bits (@DadBits) 24 August 2018
My toddler is pretty particular about the brand of chicken nuggets I offer her for somebody who just ate a crayon.
— mark (@TheCatWhisprer) 13 May 2017
If toddlers ordered:
Hmm…I’ll start with a fistful of cheerios and a booger. Then I’ll cry for Mommy’s food, but with no yucky green bits.
— Housewife of Hell (@HousewifeOfHell) 24 May 2016