How do you warm your food

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  1. ronnie1234

    ronnie1234 One child aged five

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    tanya Mummy to one gorgeous boy

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    If I'm at my MILs I put it in hot water (she doesn't have a microwave) I haven't fed Flynn in public yet as I started weaning early and I don't want people to judge me.
    I prob either get hot water from a cafe or just give it to him at room temp, doesn't seem to bother him.
     
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    Supermaiden Well-Known Member

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    I take a flask and bowl to hold the water in.
     
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    amy_1234 Mummy to Olivia

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    All my daughters food is frozen as I made a big batch full so I defrost it in the microwave so it's usually Luke warm ish x
     
  5. ronnie1234

    ronnie1234 One child aged five

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    I'm weaning from 4 month as well & I feel I will be judged. At the moment i've been giviong her food at tea time as we are almost always home at this time, or at my mums or oh's mums, so I won't be judged!
     
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    nugget80 Well-Known Member

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    when my girls were small i just used to take fruit pots to feed them as they didnt need warming up. think i will prob do the same for pascoe!
     

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