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    DD1 will eat five, warm and with honey.
    I don't tend to eat them because I need a tonne of sugar on them!
    DD2 won't really eat them. Very occasionally she will ask for and eat two.

    However, we all LOVE porridge and can eat oceans of that! I lived off it when pregnant woth DD1 and she loves it now!

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    In all my 33 years I have never eaten a weet-bix with milk. I'll eat them dry with butter.
    DH has 2 - with sugar.
    DS1 has 2-4 - no sugar.

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    My two DS love Weetbix and have it every morning. I however cannot eat it as it was one of the foods that came back up when I had morning sickness yuck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    In all my 33 years I have never eaten a weet-bix with milk. I'll eat them dry with butter.
    DH has 2 - with sugar.
    DS1 has 2-4 - no sugar.
    My mum used to do this! YUM!

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    I never ate weetbix until I started feeding DD them. She eats about 3/4 of one and I'll just have her leftovers (even though its a soggy mess by the time she's done).

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    I have 2-3 every morning only thing that fills me up and keeps me full!

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    3-4 with milk and sugar. Now I feel like Weetbix!

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    I haven't eaten weetbix in ages but when i do it's 3. They have to be soggy though and with a generous sprinkle of sugar.

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    I dont eat Weetbix. Yuck! But DS has 3 weetbix with a banana and another fruit (pear, kiwi, mango)for breakfast. He gets this mixed with milk.

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    2, and DD has 1. Both mixed with milk, and no sugar.


 

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