An interesting article in the Washington Post highlights parental challenges when it comes to feeding kids. While the article "Parents, are you on the same page about what your kids eat?" mostly asks questions for parents to discuss, it also reminds us that "A calm, happy dinner table is an important nutrient in a child’s diet, equal to the ever- present vitamins and protein." Family meals are one of the most important parts of building healthy eating habits in kids.
If you want more answers and fewer questions about feeding your child, turn to Ellyn Satter's resources for Division of Responsibility in Feeding. She's been doing this for decades and breaks in down into bite sized pieces (get it?!).