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Old Dec 1st, 2015, 15:59 PM   11
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So tonight we had a breakthrough!! LO had some finger food!!! Steamed broccoli and carrot. Not very exciting buy he loved it!! I was really nervous but my husband was so calm supervising.

Do you think I could give him some steamed fish? What other steamed veg could we try? Xx



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Old Dec 1st, 2015, 16:03 PM   12
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Don't worry when my little man was ill he refused all foods as well. Just keep offering xx



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Old Dec 2nd, 2015, 10:41 AM   13
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courgette, peppers, baby sweetcorn. Sweet potato is also good, as well as green beans. Mine also likes new potatoes.



 
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We haven't done fish as we're veggie but as long as you check for bones and make sure it's not a high Mercury fish you should be good to go



 
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So how's everyone getting on with weaning? My LO has a cold at the moment so meal times can be a really hit and miss! He normally has his breakfast ok but then either has lunch or dinner. Do you find that your babies miss a meal most of the time?

Could you share your daily 'routines' with me and how many milk feeds your babies have x



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Yes mine often misses lunch because she's asleep. I don't have a routine for milk, she just feeds on demand which is still at least five times in the day and three night feeds. I give her breakfast when she wakes up, tea at 6pm and she normally misses lunch but if she's awake it's at midday. She's started to have a snack at 10am and sometimes at 3pm.



 
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How's everyone doing?

My son has been reducing breastfeeds dramatically which I assume is due to increased food intake. Spoon feeding has been challenging. He seems to eat well and loads if he has food to play with at the same time and it's worrying that his milk intake has reduced and he's not even 8 months old yet. So I've decided to put spoon feeding on hold and try him on finger food and some blw instead. Hope it's not too late to introduce it now.

He had toast for lunch and chilli con carne with rice for dinner. Going to give him pasta to try tomorrow. I'm still very cautious about hard foods but happy for him to try anything soft.



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Sounds like you're doing well. My DD is increasing the amount of food going in. She was downing chunks of nectarine yesterday. Can't wait for her to have her first Christmas dinner!



 
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How do you serve nectarine? And strawberry?

Tried my baby with organix rice cakes but he doesn't like them much which ones does your baby like?

I'm looking forward to my baby eating with us tomorrow as well. How should I serve brussle sprouts and roast potatoes?

Have a great Xmas!!!



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Nectarine I chop into segments with the skin still on. Strawberries in half or quarters.

Probably too late now but I cut Brussels in half and roast potatoes in quarters or half depending on size

Hope you've had a lovely day.



 
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