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Old Jan 27th, 2016, 10:44 AM   31
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Lunch and breakfast we do pretty much the same as you. Peas and sweetcorn are fine. I'm waiting until mine is better at chewing to do raisins, maybe a year.

Crumpets with cream cheese on top are also good for lunch.

I do or have done in the past for dinner, pasta bake, Yorkshire pudding, stew, cottage pie, fajitas, Thai green curry, pesto pasta, dhal, lasagne, cauliflower and broccoli cheese bake



 
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Old Feb 1st, 2016, 14:11 PM   32
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Just catching up. I could have written your post there about breakfast, lunch and dinner. And we are having 4 breast feeds too. I don't feel like he eats much at the 2 day time ones but when I have tried to drop either he seems to protest so sticking with it for now. I find it gets so samey. Some things are easier than others and it's hard not to do these things all the time when life is so busy!

My boy doesn't eat mince which is really annoying! Doesn't seem to like tomatoes much either.



 
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Mine isn't keen on tomatoes, I think that's quite common.



 
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Yup same here. Not liking tomatoes.

Must agree he doesn't take much milk during the day feeds but I keep offering. Think he's too young to cut down.



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Anyone tried bresdsticks?



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Yeah, she loves them. She tends to stash them in her toy box as well though. I get the mini ones.



 
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I'm worried about giving him bresdsticks - not a choking hazard? How about cheese? So far only tried grated cheese.



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I've never had any problems with them. They break up quite easily. I give sticks of cheese as it's easier for her to hold but she has grated sometimes as well as its good for her pincer grip.

Today she mugged a baby twice her size for his malted milk biscuit then sat and ate it triumphantly!



 
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Haha button that's hilarious! We like to steal toys here, but not food yet!

We are having problems. He is starting to refuse food that he had previously eaten. It's so annoying! I don't know what to do. Basically anything he takes a slight dislike to, he will eat a little bit then ignore and moan, bat the spoon away, throw it on the floor if it's finger food until I give him something else. Which I have been doing so far. Am I 'making a rod for my own back'???? Am preparing 2 dinners most nights, unless I make a favourite, which is basically beef or chicken stew or macaroni cheese. Thoughts?



 
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Haha button that's hilarious! We like to steal toys here, but not food yet!

We are having problems. He is starting to refuse food that he had previously eaten. It's so annoying! I don't know what to do. Basically anything he takes a slight dislike to, he will eat a little bit then ignore and moan, bat the spoon away, throw it on the floor if it's finger food until I give him something else. Which I have been doing so far. Am I 'making a rod for my own back'???? Am preparing 2 dinners most nights, unless I make a favourite, which is basically beef or chicken stew or macaroni cheese. Thoughts?
Might be just a phase? My LO has started refusing some food and generally being a bit more picky with his food....it's such a pain! What I do is I offer him food and try and avoid forcing him or worrying too much if he doesn't eat. It's up to him to decide if he's hungry or not!



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