so i did the 'he will eat when he gets hungry' thing, with the doctors approval. the first day had to do some pinky promising, he ate broccoli with cheese sauce and chicken cordon blue reward was printing 5 gingerbread man coloring pages. he earned them! yesterday was a day of really good eating, cereral, toast, and juice for breakfast, mcdonalds happy meal chickn nuggets for lunch, and pinto beans, bbq porkchops, and cornbread muffins for supper, reward was, didnt go hungry, lol! he actually did great. i am learning that as long as adam has too many bad choices he will always choose the 'comfortable' ones. he did not cry, whine, or refuse these foods after i explained to him that i would not be making two seperate meals anymore, he will eat what i make and as long as he didnt give me a hard time over it then he will get his favorite foods twice a week (i am thinking weekends) so far so good!
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