Why kids can’t eat their own breakfast
Some parents in New England have taken to baking breakfast, with one mother claiming that her daughter could not eat breakfast for more than 24 hours after she started eating it.
Bree Olson, a mother of three, told the Associated Press that she and her daughter started baking breads in April and had no problems with the children eating it for a week.
She said that she tried several other breakfast options, but nothing worked.
Olson said that her son is a “lone wolf” who has never had allergies and has no history of eating the food.
She explained to the AP that she began baking bread at the beginning of this year because she wanted to help her daughter “not feel so guilty for eating breakfast.”
The AP reported that Olson also told the outlet that her three children are “not getting their morning meal” from breakfast and that they have “always been good kids.”
Olson said she also planned to take her family to a local diner to get breakfast for the family at 3 a.m. on Monday.
Olson told the AP she had no idea that the children were allergic, and she said that the other parents had never tried the bread before.
She claimed that her kids did not want the breakfast and were happy to give it to them.
According to Olson, she had tried several options before choosing the bread she made, but none of them worked for her family.
“We don’t know if they’re going to have allergies,” Olson said.
The AP noted that the first few weeks of Olson’s childrens’ breakfast eating habits were a bit different than most parents’ breakfast habits, but Olson said the new recipes made her and her family “feel good” for the first time in months.
“I feel good, and I feel like I’m doing the right thing, and we’re not making a big deal about it,” Olson told AP.