When I was raising my kids I had only 1 picky eater out of the 4. His biggest dislike was greens but since he ate pretty good of everything else I didn't push the vegetables.
I am now raising 2 grandchildren and the youngest (3 years old) is so picky I can't see how he stays alive on what he will eat. His favorite food is bread, he will eat all the peanut butter and jelly sandwiches I will fix him. He likes pizza and bread sticks, oatmeal, cold cereal, bologna, hot dogs. Oh and he will eat potato chips, cookies and crackers. If I fix him a hamburger he will pick all the stuff out of the bun, put it aside and eat the bun and that's it.
I have tried feeding him the food and when I put it in his mouth he just sits there and refuses to chew and swallow.
What do I do in a case like this?
"Experience is the name everyone gives to his mistakes."
- WOODROW WILSON