What’s something that your kiddo with #Autism loves to eat but you feel like a horrible parent for letting them?

This is something that you will get it or you won’t. Kids on the can be very, very difficult to feed for a number of reasons. 

Some kids are more extreme than others but it’s a pretty universal concern among many parents, including myself. 

What’s something that your kiddo with Autism loves to eat but you feel like a horrible parent for letting them?

My Emmett is very difficult to feed because he’s so profoundly impact my issues that he can only tolerate certain foods and it seems like the list is always shrinking. 

As parents to these amazingly beautiful but challenging children, we tend to have a fall back or go to food. 

  
This is something that we are reasonably sure that our kids will eat most of the time but it might now be super healthy. You might even feel like a bad parent for letting them eat it.  

In my house, it’s most definitely dry Ramen Noodles. 

When all else fails and I can’t find something that Emmett will eat, dry Ramen Noodles is one of my go to foods. 

I truly hate that he eats these like this and I feel horrible when everyone else is eating something much more appealing. 

That’s being said, at least he’s eating something.  I know many of you will get that. 

My question to you is this: 

What’s something that your kiddo with Autism loves to eat but you feel like a horrible parent for letting them?



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  • Beth n

    Rob I used to love ramen noodles dry with a little seasoning from the pack. Lots of ramen through r college