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Chrissy Teigen Made An Actual Menu For Her Picky Eating Toddler And It's Hilariously Real

Getting a toddler to eat is maddening no matter who you are.

Every parent knows that feeding a toddler = a drama and a half.

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Toddlers will suddenly decide the food they loved yesterday is "yucky," refuse to eat anything unless it's on their PJ Masks plate, and do about 101 other infuriating things when it comes to eating.

Well, it seems that not even Chrissy Teigen can escape the food-related whims of a toddler. In fact, it looks like trying to get her 2 and a half year old daughter, Luna, to eat has seriously tested her.

How at wit's end is Chrissy? She made a literal restaurant-style menu for Luna to flip through at home.

I made a restaurant for my 2 and a half year old

Chrissy introduces the video saying, "I have a problem."

So what are Luna's options at, shall we say, Cafe Chrissy? Well, there are Ham and Cheese "Lunables":

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Lunables instead of Lunchables? OK, Chrissy, that's pretty damn cute.

(Before we continue with the menu items can we stop to appreciate that Chrissy even INCLUDED PRICES? 😂)

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There's also Cereal with Bananas:

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That toddler classic, Grilled Cheese:

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Which comes, from the look of it, on a special Luna plate.

Of course, a Cheese Quesadilla:

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FYI, Luna, it says at the bottom that it's an extra buck with chicken. LOLOLOLOL.

Crispy Fish Sticks:

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Chicken Tenders:

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Wait, Chrissy, isn't tomato dip-dip just ketchup?

And Chicken Spaghetti:

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People were impressed:

And it wasn't just parents:

Someone even asked about the prices (it turns out they were all part of Chrissy's plan):

But the real question is...does it work?

Let us know, Chrissy, OK? LET US KNOW!