Did you know if your child’s feet can’t touch the floor while they are eating, this could be making them (appear to be) a fussy eater?
“If a child’s feet can’t touch the floor, which is the case in any high chairs and dinner tables, the blood pools to the legs and causes pins and needles. This can be very uncomfortable and can cause them to get agitated, start squirming, throw their food, or climb out of their high chair or get up off their dining chair.”
“Try and pop a stool or box, anything you can find to place under your little one’s feet so that they don’t get pins and needles. Ultimately, their knees should be at right angles which puts their ankles, knees and lower back into alignment and makes for a much happier child who can sit for longer to eat.
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