If we took our children (or grandchildren) out for a meal, then it would be a treat - and they could choose anything they wanted from the menu (within reason - I did draw the line when granddaughter no 2 asked for lobster!) - but then we did expect them to make a reasonable meal out of it. Why would you take your children out for a meal, choose something you know they dislike - and then expect them to eat it? Why? Just why?
I do not have children so it's different but I do not agree children should have 'adult' things like maybe a Magnum ice cream or perhaps expensive cakes..... ready for the onslaught lol
As a grandmother who hasn't seen her grandchildren for well over 18 months, I shall be treating them to a meal as soon as I can (and granddaughter could even have lobster if it is allowed on her now-vegetarian diet) - and as for Magnum icecream an expensive treat - in Co-op and Sainsburys they are 4 for £2! They wouldn't go for expensive cakes - Granny makes the best cakes, cream cakes, cupcakes cookies and gateaux! But seriously - if you don't encourage children to try different tastes - how do they learn?
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