Children of all ages, including babies, toddlers, and preschoolers, have one thing in common: they dislike vegetables. Parents should be aware that even when they cover the terrible greens behind french fries, children can detect them from a mile away.

Trying to encourage their infant daughter, Amiyah, to eat her vegetables was a major challenge for one family. Nobody could get the youngster to eat the leafy greens no matter how hard they tried.

The situation remained that way until one night when a surprising solution presented itself. A family dog, Brick, was sitting by Amiyah and watching her eat her peas and carrot, and she was being tricked into eating them, too.

Brick was only there because he was hoping that Amiyah might inadvertently spill some of her meal on him while he was there. It was Brick’s parents’ hope that they could find an answer to the vegetable problem they had been having. They tried to feed him a cauliflower.

The dog gobbled it up gladly, and when Amiyah saw that Brick was enjoying the vegetable, she decided to get on board and eat the cauliflower as well! Following that, they had a meal of peas, and the rest is history!

The dog gobbled it up gladly, and when Amiyah saw that Brick was enjoying the vegetable, she decided to get on board and eat the cauliflower as well! Following that, they had a meal of peas, and the rest is history!

Incredulous by this inelegant answer to their daughter’s vegetable dilemma, the parents left the room in a daze. After a time, Amiyah began to eat the veggies on her own initiative, and she even volunteered to share some with Brick.

Amiyah believes that if something is good enough for Brick, it is good enough for her. The parents are pleased; Amiyah is eating her vegetables, and Brick seems to be a very contented young man.

Brick has his own Instagram profile (he’s Insta famous), where he’s playfully referred to as “Mr. Bronk,” which is a play on words.

Their parents annotate the images and act as though the brick is bursting with excitement to devour Amiyah (and other children).

It’s not as menacing as it seems, and everything is done in good fun. The two of them seem to be having a good time in each other’s company.

Brick even goes with Amiyah to her toilet training session.

Besides her sofa, Brick also tests out a variety of other items for her. That much is clear. Brick is definitely doing it for Amiyah and not for himself.

He also has no idea what to do when Amiyah has one of her infamous toddler tantrums, so he simply stands there staring at her in wonder.

However, after the outbursts have subsided, they hug and enjoy quiet times together, such as when Amiyah attempted to run over Brick with a moving vehicle.
They have a love-hate relationship, but Brick makes sure that Amiyah is safe at all times, even while they are getting ready to take a bath together.

They looked like this when they were younger. They were devising a strategy for stealing the loaf of bread without being noticed.

Even though Brick is afraid of many things, his sister Amiyah is the one thing he can’t stand the thought of being without.

In addition, he has the option of asking Amiyah to assist him from time to time. This is her putting Brick’s new crate through its paces.

Finally, nobody bothers to use the container, and the couple may be seen dozing peacefully together!

When you come across a barrier and your child says they don’t want to eat unpleasant veggies, you may use the “brick approach” to your advantage. It has been proven to work and has been given a five-star rating by someone who isn’t sure about it.

Unfortunately, Brick is no longer available for hire. He is in love with Amiyah and wants to spend the rest of his life only eating vegetables for her to enjoy.

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By Anna

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