To my commenter who left this comment:
"Don't you think that running through the drive-thru right after feeding therapy is sending Kam the wrong message? I mean, he probably doesn't want to eat veges because he's so used to fast food. Apparently, he gets to eat fast food ALL the time. What's the point of the feeding therapy then?! There is nothing like a home cooked meal, with veges."
First of all, it's "Veggies" not "veges". Second of all, if you knew ANYTHING about Kameron you would know that it is sensory issues that prevent him from eating the texture of veggies... these issues being directly related to his sensory integration disorder. If you'd also bothered to read the Q&A you'd see he ate apples and drank milk with it. What's so unhealthy about that?! Also, if you'd bothered to have read the whole post you would have seen that with the extremely busy day I had there wasn't much chance of getting a homecooked meal. Do I like to cook? NOPE! Do I cook as often as I should? NOPE! But my kids DON'T eat fast food ALL the time and they DO get well balanced meals... except for Kameron who promptly gags and throws up as soon as they touch his mouth... hence the feeding therapy. My goal is to be able to have us all sit down and eat the SAME thing without me having to make him a completely different meal. I'm sorry I don't cook a full 5 course meal every night. I have a FEW other things to do with my time. Lastly, if you're going to insult me, feel FREE to leave your name or use my email. Only cowards insult others anonymously.