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My daughter-in-law is an incredible person, as a mother and wife. I’ll even brag and say she works at a B-level job. All this hasn’t come without oversights, most of which are the babysitter’s fault. My small grandchildren have despicable eating habits. Processed foods, too many carbs, and when I stop by at meal time they’re very rarely eating fruit or green veggies. One night their dinner consisted of pasta and sweet potatoes.
I don’t blame my daughter-in-law, a working mother, because I see different fruit and vegetables in the kitchen fridge. I would like to give the very sweet and otherwise excellent full-time babysitter a lesson in nutrition and the food groups, but I don’t know how to politely broach the subject. Any ideas?