My 8 year old daughter, Maddy is a picky eater. I blame myself. I fed her jarred food (blech!) and for years I asked her what she wanted to eat and gave her options instead of just giving her what we were having. My daughter Tee is a great eater, she'll try anything and eats everything we put in front of her. I started her on natural foods that I made myself with a lot of variety. This is one of the great things about having two children, that you learn from the first and try not to make the same mistakes with the second. But I digress. Maddy rarely branches out and tries new things and would eat hamburgers everyday if I let her. She likes to eat cereal, vanilla yogert, plain pasta, toast, rice, chicken and some veggies. So the other day I gave her a hamburger for lunch on a bun I bought at a bakery. It looked a little different than the buns we usually buy but it was still white bread (not those dreadful wheat buns that Maddy doesn't like). But when I came back with Maddy's cup of milk, this is what I found. She had taken her dislike of crust to a whole new level - and peeled her hamburger bun. Sigh. Before and after.