I make the majority of our food, the reasoning being twofold: I like knowing what's in our food and it's infinitely cheaper. That being said, sometimes Mommy needs a cooking break. So, today, I served C a frozen kids meal for lunch.
This was not your run of the mill crap. It was organic spaghetti and turkey meatballs (made from humanely raised turkey) that cost $5 at Earth Fare for a toddler sized portion.
She excitedly said, "pasta!" and climbed into her seat. She took one bite and said, "eeeww, yucky." So, I took one bite. Agreed.
Then, I made another lunch for her, which I apparently should have just done in the first place.
No more short cuts for Mommy.