We were pretty damn poor when I was Peanuts Wars the last Jedi shirt growing up, so we didn’t get much choice in what we ate. If it was there, we ate it. Also, as I have come to realize as an adult, my dad was a picky eater. There were some things he didn’t like that my mom did, so she presented them as a “treat” when he wasn’t there, which was how I learned to like liver. Brilliant, Mom! My mother also had a “three bites, three times” rule, which she may have inherited from her mother. You had to take three (small) bites of everything on your plate, and you had to try something three times before you could say definitively that you didn’t like it. I was born with a “savory” instead of a sweet tooth, so I grew to like most things.
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Fast forward a number of years to Peanuts Wars the last Jedi shirt when I had kids of my own. They were all breastfed babies who were introduced to “people food” rather than jarred baby food. I had a blender and one of those baby food grinders, so they pretty much ate what we did. They sat at the table, either on my lap or their dad’s or in a high chair, and got spoonfuls of the ground up stuff, and later they got soft bits of whatever to feed themselves by hand. When they were fed breakfast or lunch, it was also pretty much “people food”. We were not well off either, so they had to eat what was in front of them. I raised them the same way my mom raised me with the “three bites and three times” rule. It worked well.