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    DS (2 yrs) eats weetbix with milk and fruit (all different types, depends what I have on the day) no sugar or honey etc added.

    Other days to mix it up he has scrambled egg with Ham on toast, or raw oats, yoghurt with milk and fruit and I add in some nuts and seeds.

    If I don't have any if this stuff, then he will have Vegemite on toast or something but this is very rare.

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    My ds (nearly 3) has weetbix most mornings and occasionally has rice bubbles

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    DS1 usually has BarleyMax cereal (the heart 1st (?) one with nuts, seeds, cranberries, barley flakes etc), and some fruit. Sometimes he has weetbix with sliced banana on top, usually followed by yoghurt and a bit more fruit.

    DS2 has porridge and fruit (usually banana, orange or strawberries). Sometimes he will have weetbix or avocado toast, but porridge is his first preference.

    We have raisin toast, pancakes and crumpets occasionally.

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    Not sure what DS has at before school care but weekends he has cereal.

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    DS (3) will have either weetbix (usually 1.5) with milk or 1/2 cup of oats + muesli with milk.
    He then has morning tea (an hour later) which is usually a slice of raisin toast.

    Sunday's he'll have bacon, eggs & toast.

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    DS (2) and DD (4) have either weet-bix with honey and milk or porridge followed by a tub of yogurt. Occasionally they will have toast but I have a rule where if they have toast for breakfast they don't get bread for lunch.
    Sundays they will have scrambled eggs or omelette, toast and bacon.

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    DD 2.5yrs, i rotate between vitabix, oats, cheerios. She will have cut up banana and strawberries with her cereal. Then she might have some toast with either avocado, vegiemite, honey or some raisin toast with butter. Occasionally 1/2 a ham and cheee sanga.
    DS 8mths, after his morning bottle, has exactly the same as my DD, except the cheerios. i give him baby cereal (farrex muesli with apple) instead.
    Sometimes i'll mix it up with crumpets or english muffins. (we always have some in freezer).
    They both sit up and feast on their toast and fruit plates, it's quite cute to watch them.
    Morning tea is at about 10ish and its always fruits (puree for bub) and plain yoghurt for both.
    Both mine wake up hungry and wont play or watch tv, just want to eat!
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    Weetbix
    Vegemite/promite/baked beans/spaghetti/avocado on toast
    Yoghurt
    Fruit, usually banana
    Cup of milk

    We love breakfast in this house!! I go to bed dreaming of breakfast lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by new mum 15809 View Post
    DS (2) and DD (4) have either weet-bix with honey and milk or porridge followed by a tub of yogurt. Occasionally they will have toast but I have a rule where if they have toast for breakfast they don't get bread for lunch.
    Sundays they will have scrambled eggs or omelette, toast and bacon.
    May I ask why they can't have bread twice? Genuinely interested

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    DS is 27 months & will have either:

    A bowl of porridge with 1 banana or half a punnet of blueberries or strawberries.

    2 wheetbix with honey & a banana or strawberries.

    2 Raisin toasts followed by a piece of fruit. He normally asks for an apple, grapes or an orange.


 

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