Our youngest eats normally at meals, but when she gets sweets she wolfs them down. Her big sister enjoys them more, saving some for later.
I think it's a good to be able to restrain yourself, so I would like her to eat slower and enjoy the sweets more.
I remember explaining to big sis how she should let chocolate or candies melt in her mouth for maximum enjoyment and that worked great, but our youngest doesn't want to do that. I wonder if this is more of a personality trait than a learned behavior.
Any tips appreciated.
Update: ...and today she actually ate her cashews slower than her sister. I suppose time will indeed fix this. Thanks all for the comments and studies!