DD's dramatic eating. Last night she decided she didn't like raspberries (I gave her two!!) and she took at least 15 minutes to finish them. (She had to eat them to go back outside and play.) She also made "gross" faces while eating them, dramatically poured herself a glass of water to "chase" the berries with, took a bunch of small bites instead of just one, and sighed a lot. After she finally finished them, DH let her go outside.
He could not figure out why I was upset--his argument was that he remembers being a picky eater, and that we should just tolerate it. OK. I get that people don't like certain foods, but DD is FIVE. She needs to learn to try different foods and suck it up--it was TWO berries, it's not like I made her finish a whole pint. She loves other fruit, she just decided to be dramatic. And you can not like food without the drama. And sorry, picky eaters are not allowed in my house. I make a point to not make food I know she dislikes (and there was pineapple at the table, and I know she doesn't like that, so didn't make her take any), but she has to take at least a couple bites of everything that makes it to her plate.
Plus, I'd just come home from a full work day, an hour at the grocery store, and then made dinner. To have her make nasty faces at it was just too much. And then to have DH tell me I was the one overreacting? Argh. Yeah, we had a long talk about it afterward.