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My daughter, who is one and a half, has recently decided she doesn't like bread. Now she's never eaten cereal, as we live in Japan and Japanese cereal is junky stuff like coco pops/frosties.
So she's been eating ham sandwiches and cream cheese sandwiches happily since she started eating solid food. Recently she got a run of bad colds after starting nursery (where she eats wonderfully healthy food) and decided no more bread. Especially no more toast.
This morning I tried a peanut butter and banana sandwich, but no dice. She very impressively removed bread or peanut butter from the banana and ate it, and then (politely) pointed at the rest of the banana and asked for it.
So she had a banana. Yesterday she had some banana and melon. I do breakfasts in our house, as my wife is already gone to work.
Any ideas? Or am I just worrying about nothing? Japanese ideas of what constitutes 'healthy' are very very high, so sometimes I think I'm worrying about nothing as she's eating fruit for breakfast! How bad can that be?'