The girls have gotten wise to the sour cream/spoons of butter/pediasure in the morning routine and have started clamoring for dry crackers, carrot sticks, and lettuce. This is a problem. How do you get underweight toddlers to EAT without losing your blinking sanity? This is something I have never had to worry about before- I always assumed children wouldn't starve to death- but since Miriam is still really bony I find myself worrying about every cracker she refuses to let me butter, and every bite of ungreased vegetable she puts in her mouth. I guess we could switch to the all ice cream diet, but then they'd probably get scurvy.