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I agree with your approach totally. However we just do not have sweets in our house mostly. So far it has not been an issue since we have a toddler…It will be interesting to watch it develop as she grows up!
I agree with your approach. I do limit the amount that both girls eat though when it gets to the excessive amount (in my opinion). Sometimes the sugar does get to them and there are times when I don’t want to take a chance that I will have to deal with little girls bouncing off the walls. One thing that is odd, mine don’t ask for candy very often though.
I am also always trying to watch the message I deliver with food. In our house growing up, junk just wasn’t an option. Except at birthday parties and holidays. I think that made us want to binge eat junk when we were old enough to buy it for ourselves. It’s always a struggle with food to this day. I don’t want my kids to feel that way about food.
Oh and um… TAG — you’re it!
My kids are about getting it, counting it, and then forgetting about it. They can have what they want when they get it, but mostly it is a bite and then they move on.