Truly, honestly, seriously - there is no such thing as "normal" when it comes to food. Ask me here at home, and I will tell you there is only "stuff that builds the body" and "stuff that breaks the body down", which is how I started talking about nutrition to my kids. Normal for some is a tarantula egg omelet cooked in the middle of the jungle.
You eat a variety of foods, get enough calories, and seem to feed your kid(s) well (cannot remember how many you have). Additional steps up would be to try to source organic/biodynamic/local/etc, eat peaceful meals with an attitude of gratitude, and waste little. Basta - done. You shouldn't care if your likes and dislikes match anybody else's. The only potential problem I might possibly conjure up is if you were so extremely picky that you couldn't get over offering your disliked, albeit healthy foods to your wee ones, just in case they might like them, and hence feed them a way-too-small grouping of edibles, but I have never gotten that feeling on here.
I hate bananas, too, and always have. My brother hates pork. My Second (daughter) hates chocolate. My Fourth won't touch peanut butter. You would be in good company at my house!
I have a mantra that I have spouted for years... "If I eat right, I feel right. If I feel right, I exercise right. If I exercise right, I think right. If I think right, I eat right..." Phil-SC