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    Yes but its rare we eat it now. He struggles through a happy meal and the food makes me feel sick.

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    Thanks all, my embarrassment has been eased! Some one asked why I don't give her a drink .... I wanted the drink so drank it and she had water from her water bottle!!! She has never had any drink other than water or formula!

    Laughing at the horse carrot... I missed that thread but have seen several references to it around here!

    Also I didn't know you could get anything other than burgers or nuggets for happy meals!!! I could see the options on the drive thru so I know now there are healthIER options I might indulge DD once a month... And fulfill my diet coke urges too!!!!

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    Yes I do.

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    Yeah, occasionally DF and I will have McDonalds and we will get a 6pc McNuggets for DD1. It's no different to me giving her nuggets at home as a treat. We make a little salad to go with hers though - just sliced carrot and celery and cherry tomatoes.

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    No we don't, I think it's horrible tasting food ! I don't ever plan to take him unless i suppose when he starts school , like with my niece she had it for the first time at age 6 for a birthday party she was invited too and hated it! We rarely get take a way but if we do it's from our local Thai or Japanese restaurants, if DH wants a burger we go into the city and get Charlie and Co!

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    Oh please. Dont feel bad for giving your kid takeaway.
    To answer your question, yes my son has takeaway....often. (rarely McDonalds though cos I think its foul. HJs all the way! )

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    Yes DS is 14mths old. He isnt to keen on the cheeseburger. But loves the hot chips. Dont feel guilty.

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    I try not to let mine have maccas till they're older than 2... Did well with the 1st two, I think #3 has had a few chips at 15 months.
    I know how I feel after I eat it, I just hate the thought of their little bodies digesting such filth!

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    No, please don't


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    I wish I could say no! I hate the rubbish!!!
    But DD is allowed to have a hamburger (no chips and only a water).
    MIL is the one that takes her yuck! Lol


 

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