Book Giveaway: My Two Year Old Eats Octopus
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I can’t say enough good things about this book. The author doesn’t hit you over the head with stead fast rules or try to sell some new catch phrase approach — if I hear the phrase baby-led weaning one more time my head is going to explode — she simple shares her thoughts, experiences and advice in a very easy to read, digestible way. It gave me a lot to think about and helped me approach things from a different angle quite a few times.

Book Giveaway: My Two Year Old Eats Octopus

I’ve had 2 extra copies of My Two-Year-Old Eats Octopus sitting on my desk for well over a year. It’s time to spread the love. Leave a comment below to be entered for a chance to win one of the copies. I’m giving away the other copy on Baby’s First Year so click here and leave a comment there for a second chance.

I’m shipping. There are no location restrictions. I’ll pick a winner next week.

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  1. Bridget

    I’d LOVE to win this. My two year old ate anything, but he’s now three and says things like “ew” and “yuck” at anything besides mac and cheese or peanut butter. He’s broken. I need to fix him…

  2. Amy Moore

    My son is 15 months old and I’m always looking for new ideas. I would love to have this so he becomes a great eater of healthy foods.

  3. Emily

    I’d love to win this! My little guy is 7.5 months and I really want to avoid the dreaded picky eater syndrome if at all possible.

  4. Vickie

    I have a 2 year old that refuses to eat anything green or in the veggie category so I think I may need this book. Pick Me! Pick Me!

  5. Amanda

    I’d love to win this book! My 18 mo old son eats mostly fruit and cheese. Oh and yogurt. I’d love to expand his palette! Thank you for the chance to win. :)

  6. Vivian

    My daughter eats pretty much everything, but I’d love to read about different tactics/styles that accomplish the same goal.

  7. Stephanie

    Oh I have had this book on my wishlist for after the baby is born FOREVER (I’m pregnant with my first baby due April 6th!). I grew up eating all kinds of things, but my hubby is a super picky eater (like yours – junk food king) and I would really like more info on how to encourage my kid to be adventurous with food.

  8. Brianne

    I would love to read this book! My little guy is pretty good about eating lots of foods, but I would love to hear other approaches to creating an adventurous eater, and get more ideas for recipes.

  9. Kristen

    I would love to win this! My two year old eats hot dogs would need to be the title of my book, so maybe this would help.

  10. Marie

    My little guy is 14 months and is eating pretty well…but I know I don’t want to fall into feeding him something just because it is easier!

  11. Stephanie

    I have a seven year old who is rather adventurous in her eating – and I want to make sure my newest addition (3 months!) is just as adventurous. This sounds like a great book!

  12. Melanie Wright

    Does it work for 9 year olds too? I have a picky 9,7,5, and 2 year old – AND a brand new, 1 week old baby. I’d love some help because I don’t cater my meals to my kids but I definitely dread dinner time because it is full of exhausting complaining and gagging and drama!!

  13. Colleen

    From a mother of a 17 month old, very strong willed little girl, who used to eat everything….now only likes whole wheat pasta, oatmeal, grapes and prunes…LOL weird I know. I would love a book like this!

  14. Katie

    I would love to read this and learn some techinques to get her to try new things. My daughter just turned 1 in Janurary. One day I’ll try something and she will shake her head no. Then the next day she will eat it. Or sometimes she wont even try it. I dont want her to be a picky eater like I was. She has been sick for a month now and the only thing she will eat is yogurt and cherrios, graham cracker.

  15. Laura

    I live in China and here lots of people (including children) eat octopus, and my kids do eat lots of things I had never even heard of as a kid, but they are still reluctant to try new stuff so I am always looking for news ways to encourage them.

  16. Kayla

    I would LOVE this book. My 2 year old is such a picky eater. My 2nd baby is due and June and I will do anything to make sure he/she isn’t as picky!

  17. Jan

    I so wish I would have known about this book over a year ago. *sigh* Sounds great! My son has texture issues and I’m sure I’m to blame for some foods (not introducing it to him because I’m sure he wouldn’t like it, etc…). Whether I win a copy or not, I will definitely be checking this book out. I’m excited just to have read about it. :)

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