- Sienna is juggling meals these days. "Right now, I'm making two dinners — one for my husband and I, and one for the kids. My daughter (age 5) will eat what we are having sometimes, but my son (age 3) refuses."
- Twitter follower diapersandmore keeps it simple. "One and one only! It makes a difficult night sometimes but when they eat their veggies with no prob I know it's worth it."
- Lickety split has pared it down now that her kids are older. "Now, just one. At the worst I was making four. One for the daughter with autism who would scream until she got what she wanted, one for husband who was on the Atkins diet, one for my youngest daughter and one for my middle who was eating gluten free. All done! Here's dinner: don't like it? Make yourself a pb&j. And clean up the mess!"
- MissSushi hopes to keep things as easy as they are now! "Just one, and it will stay at just one unless there are dietary restrictions. Once they get older, they can start cooking like I did, and we can branch out a bit. But until then it's as little work as possible to cut down on work on my end."
- Starbucks has modified their family menu to keep it to one meal. "Just one. Baby girl is now 13 months and eats pretty much everything I serve her. The hubby is usually the one complaining, cause it's too healthy for his taste. He misses his burgers!"
- An anonymous reader said it varies. "One meal most nights but two on the nights we're eating something they can't (I have two with food allergies, three without food allergies). I don't mind making something extra (in addition to our meal) since I'm the one that plans the meals and I don't always pick meals for all seven of us. I don't, however, make a new meal if they refuse favorite meals. They can grab a bowl of cereal or have a sandwich, etc. instead."
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