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    Default What's your baby eating for dinner tonight?

    DD is 9 1/2 months tonight she's having a lamb chop with potato/zucchini mash, if she's keen she'll probably have a taste of the banana bread I made earlier.
    Really struggling lately with ideas on what to cook for her, she likes to chew on her food so not too keen on mushy stuff, and what's up with all the commercial baby food (which I like for emergency and when we're out and about) there's hardly anything that doesn't have some meat in it! Obviously she has meat (lamb for dinner) but I just rather stick with veggies in the commercial foods... anyway keen to see what everyone else is doing so I can get some inspiration!!!

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    DS is 5.5 months and having some bolognese

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    My babies always eat what we do, DD is having mango chicken w/rice and steamed veg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    My babies always eat what we do, DD is having mango chicken w/rice and steamed veg.
    Same much easier and nicer IMO

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    Boobie

    DS hasn't started solids yet... Only 2 weeks to go! Yay

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    Bubs had scotch fillet, steamed zucchini, carrot, broccoli and an orange.

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    DD had fish with a salad of cucumber and tomato.

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    Default What's your baby eating for dinner tonight?

    BBQ tonight
    Chicken and salad. NO fruit as its been making her go silly at night. Last night she was doing sprints until 10pm!!! I have a very sensitive 1 year old!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    BBQ tonight
    Chicken and salad. NO fruit as its been making her go silly at night. Last night she was doing sprints until 10pm!!! I have a very sensitive 1 year old!!!
    What fruit are you offering?


 

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