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    DS 7 days a week 2 kids weetbix & when he feels like it on the day after his weetbix toast or what ever we have.
    DD 1 & half kids weetbix & then 150ml bottle.

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    Being a gluten free household makes breakfast very challenging...
    Dd 2 1/2 usually has scrambled eggs, dinner leftovers, gluten free cornflakes, gluten free pancakes or gluten free tinned spaghetti occasionally. No fruit here either as she has fructose intolerance.
    I am very jealous of all your breakfasts!

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    A banana, bowl off yoghurt & a cruskit with Vegemite & avocado

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    DS is 18 months. He'll eat 2 weetbix with almond milk, followed by toast with peanut butter.

    Occasionally he'll have some runny egg yolk on toast, or pancakes on weekends.

    If we go out for brekkie we'll usually order a side of sausages, or smoked salmon for him. (He loves salmon!).


 

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