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How do you deal with your child or kids near you not behaving properly while eating?
For my upcoming hub, Eating Etiqette. I need a true version and confession from a real concern people.
I really don't like bad table manners, and have taught my daughter from a young age to be polite, chew with her mouth closed and use her knife and fork properly. When her friends have come round for tea, most of them behave well, but if they don't, I just tell them the rules in our house. I have never really had an issue with this, although when we go out to a pub or restaurant I do have to bite my tongue when someone's kids are running wild and they don't even try to make them behave!
The usual method is the carrot and the stick. I would propose a dessert at the end of the meal, e.g. an ice-cream or something the child really loves. Tell the child that if he behaves, he will get to eat the dessert, otherwise, no. The stick is used only as a last resort, when everything fails.
Start working with children at home during family meal times, before you take them out to eat. Teach them to stay in their seat, eat with fork and spoon etc. Then, when you take them out, they know what is expected of them. and I agree with WalterPoon, bribery always has it's place
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