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    Probably plain pasta, milk, milkshakes, fruit & yoghurt, all the things they really love to eat.

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    What ever they want, if that means chocolate milk & dry cereal or a happy meal, than thats what they get.

    J often refuses to eat cause he can or in pain, lived off cheese burgers for 3 days.

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    Sounds a lot like my little guy with his ears and tonsils etc.

    There were times that he'd only have breastmilk with a few little snacks (1/4 slice toast, some biscuits etc). Dr told me that as long as he has fluids than even up to a week without food isn't going to be that bad for my guy. Offer everything I can, but don't make it a trauma for either of us.

    I personally think you did well

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    OP , my son doesn't eat a thing when sick , just drinks milk . Whether he's sick for three days or five days , he will live off milk. If he wanted to eat , I'd let him have anyyyyything he wanted , anything !

    That said my son has a KFC nugget snack pack wait for it ....... ONCE A WEEK ( omg shock horror ) on our family trip to the shopping centre for lunch and shopping . So if your a bad mother I'm a disgusting one :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BebeBurton View Post
    My 2yr old nephew has been sick this week with an ulcerated mouth (I am staying with my sister at the moment so have witnessed it firsthand). For 3 days he lived on milk and mango sorbet.

    I quote the Dr when she took him earlier in the week..."Well, giving him all that sugary sorbet is not exactly going to help is it". Erm, what else is she suppose to do!?
    My 20mnth old has just gotten over an ulcerated mouth and throat too. It was awful. My doctor told me to give him icy poles though. He had icy pole and cold water for three days. Now that the anti biotics have kicked in hes been digging into everything again.

    Youre not a bad mum


 

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