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Old May 10th, 2009, 04:19 AM   91
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We arent as you know. Dont doubt yourself honey. I was only thinking this morning I'm kind of regretting not sticking to pure BLW. The down side (for me) of the mashed/pureed stuff is that she's dropped BFs way quicker than she would without them. I really wanted her to be having much more BM still at this point but hey ho we are changing things round a bit but trying not to go back wards!!



 
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Old May 10th, 2009, 14:06 PM   92
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Is anyone on here doing PURELY blw, or are you all giving a bit of mash/puree etc.
We are doing it in it's purest form, but now I've seen that you're all giving mash etc, I'm starting to doubt myself. We've tried porridge and weetabix, but with giving him the spoon loaded - it was a disaster! Should I just stick it out?
Tezzy, what did you do?
I kinda wish I had stuck to just BLW but Rebecca is too used to her porridge in the morning now and would hate to stop that but...........

I think Rebecca might actually force me to do the pure BLW route as today she really enjoyed eating steamed parsnips and courgette and wasnt interested in her mashed food at all



 
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Is anyone on here doing PURELY blw, or are you all giving a bit of mash/puree etc.
We are doing it in it's purest form, but now I've seen that you're all giving mash etc, I'm starting to doubt myself. We've tried porridge and weetabix, but with giving him the spoon loaded - it was a disaster! Should I just stick it out?
Tezzy, what did you do?
rhys never had any purees what so ever, no mash, no porridge, no spoonfeeding of any kind and ffion only ever has purees at nursery, shes purely blw at home just like rhys was. rhys never had coutlery until after ffion was born (around 18 months) and when i eventually gave them to him he was old enough to understand that they were for eating with not for playing with, i wont be giving ffion coutlery until she is around 18 months because most of rhys' friends who started with spoons at 6months STILL play with their spoon when they eat. thats just my experience im not saying that people shouldnt give spoons etc.. i just wont.



 
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I kinda wish I had stuck to just BLW but Rebecca is too used to her porridge in the morning now and would hate to stop that but...........

You cant take porridge off a little Scottish bairn!!



 
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I kinda wish I had stuck to just BLW but Rebecca is too used to her porridge in the morning now and would hate to stop that but...........

You cant take porridge off a little Scottish bairn!!

yeah she sits in her high chair wearing a kilt when she is eating it too!!



 
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Dont give her a knife and fork any time soon or they'll be crossed on the floor while she does a jig

Bless her - Hebe loves her porridge too



 
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Dont give her a knife and fork any time soon or they'll be crossed on the floor while she does a jig

Bless her - Hebe loves her porridge too
Ok that actually make me choke on my cup of tea!!!!

Why do I feel like I'm stalking you tonight.........



 
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LOL you two!



 
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Dont give her a knife and fork any time soon or they'll be crossed on the floor while she does a jig

Bless her - Hebe loves her porridge too
Ok that actually make me choke on my cup of tea!!!!

Why do I feel like I'm stalking you tonight.........

I thought I was stalking YOU!!



 
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Ps - I am not Jock-ist......my grandad was a Glaswegian so it was one Scottish jibe after another when we were little.....



 
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