A lot of parents have to deal with picky eaters. So far, we're not those parents.
Shaylin has been a good eater since we first introduced solids at 6 months old. We started with rice cereal which quickly needed to be thickened. She didn't care for it to be thin & soupy. Her first "real food" was bananas which I smashed up. But then it caused a lot of constipation so I tried less constipating foods - pears, peaches, carrots, peas, green beans. Basically every baby food I gave her, she gladly ate it.
Here are some other foods (not pureed) she's tried & liked:
stuffing (or dressing, whatever you call it)
beans (pinto, lima, black eye peas)
biscuits (especially Red Lobster's cheddar bay biscuits)
cream of wheat
I'm probably forgetting something. The point is, this girl loves her food!
But there is one thing she hasn't liked - oatmeal. She's eaten the Gerber kind & I thought if I'm going to eat oatmeal myself that I could just make a bigger batch for both of us. But every time I've given it to her she has a look of disgust on her face & turns away.
But I guess if she'll eat everything else I give her this isn't a battle worth fighting.