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    DD2 is 22 months and eats porridge, toast/wholemeal toasted muffin/crumpet with vegemite/ honey or weetbix.

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    DS only has weetbix! Every single morning. Gosh what a boring mother! Saying that though, that's all I eat for breakfast too.

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    My son is a pita with food. He will only eat toast for breakfast. I've spent heaps on trying different things!


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    Quote Originally Posted by cookiedough View Post
    DS only has weetbix! Every single morning. Gosh what a boring mother! Saying that though, that's all I eat for breakfast too.

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    My son chooses weetbix :/
    Every single morning its bick nicks? Bick bicks?

    Took me aged to figure out, i kept saying NO you're not having biscuits for breakfast :/ poor kid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nemmi View Post
    My son chooses weetbix :/
    Every single morning its bick nicks? Bick bicks?

    Took me aged to figure out, i kept saying NO you're not having biscuits for breakfast :/ poor kid.

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    So cute how they pronounce words. DD1 used to say beebix. I forget how DD2 says it, she as only just started.

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    DD 18 months has either weetbix (seems like a favourite with bh kids!), poached egg on wholemeal bread, scrambled eggs or wholemeal toast/English muffin with nuttalex and vegemite. Occassionally cornflakes too.

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    DS1 is 2. He has either Special K, Cheerios, muesli or "chicken cereal" ie Cornflakes. Occasionally we have pancakes or he'll branch out & have toast or a wholemeal English muffin with peanut butter. But 90% of the time it's cereal. He loves it.

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    Eggs, scrambled or omelette. Sometimes leftover dinner. Sometimes just chopped fresh fruit, cheese, vegies i.e. bits & pieces as finger food.

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    2 minute noodles jokes!

    Porridge
    Eggs
    Beans
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    Fruit

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    dry cereal (cheerios, cornflakes)
    toast with vegemite (doesnt like jam or peanut butter much)
    yoghurt and fruit
    fruit salad


 

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