When I got the opportunity to review Copy Kids I jumped on it. Copy Kids is a DVD that has short videos of children of various ages eating a specific fruit or vegetable. I was skeptical. Hubs and I both were actually. I mean we have been begging our child for months to even put a piece of fruit in his mouth.
I started up Copy Kids and selected the banana segment. We watched the show almost the whole way through. Then I asked Little Bit if he would like a banana. He rambled off a sentence which translates into "okay" in toddler. I brought him a banana and sure enough he ate it! I almost died of shock. I was so excited I almost did a jig. Whats even better news is that it wasn't a one time thing. He has been happily eating bananas for three days now.
What is even cooler is that this seemed to open the flood gates. Little Bit voluntarily tried some zucchini and ate some hamburger. Yesterday he ate part of my burrito. You have no idea how happy this has made me.
If you have a picky or a non-eater I would HIGHLY recommend you give Copy Kids a try. If you would like to check out Copy Kids you can connect with them via their website, Facebook, and Twitter.
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