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    Quote Originally Posted by SoThisIsLove View Post
    Dds brekkie today

    Porridge with mashed banana
    Toast with vegemite and honey
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    Vegemite and honey??!!! That's a combination I've never tried.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    Vegemite and honey??!!! That's a combination I've never tried.
    Lol one slice had vegemite and one had honey

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    DD's afternoon tea today, apple, mandarin & grapes. She is a big fan of fruit! She was at daycare today so no pics of other meals.
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    Mmm those brekky pics are making me hungry!

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    Creamy chicken and mustard. Big hit and super easy, just chicken , cream and mustard .

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    Beef stroganoff with mash potato, rice and steamed veggies.

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    So what time does everyone eat dinner? DS eats between 5pm and 5.30pm then bath and bed at 6.30. Then we eat, I just couldn't face eating so early but it makes it impossible to give him what we eat (not that he'd eat it anyway) Do you eat with your kids?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiseOldOwl View Post
    So what time does everyone eat dinner? DS eats between 5pm and 5.30pm then bath and bed at 6.30. Then we eat, I just couldn't face eating so early but it makes it impossible to give him what we eat (not that he'd eat it anyway) Do you eat with your kids?
    We always eat between 6 and 7. They eat what we eat or go hungry with the exception of aspergers child who is allowed a back food if i have made something that doesn't fit her rules.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CitrusRain View Post
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    Fresh potato gnocchi with carrot, capsicum, broccoli, red onion, spinach, mushroom, short cut bacon, sundried tomato and pinenut pesto and milk sauce. Sprinkled with Parmesan. Yummy!
    How do I make this? YUM!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiseOldOwl View Post
    So what time does everyone eat dinner? DS eats between 5pm and 5.30pm then bath and bed at 6.30. Then we eat, I just couldn't face eating so early but it makes it impossible to give him what we eat (not that he'd eat it anyway) Do you eat with your kids?
    On weekends and days I don't work we try to eat together at about 6pm. On the days I work I don't get home until 7/7:30 so DH heats up a meal for her (I batch cook meals for DD and freeze for nights like this) and we eat when I get home.

    DD eats most things we eat except when we have spicy stuff. She loves things like bolognese, lasagna, beef stroganoff, chicken meatballs, roasts, meat skewers, mashed potato - she'll have a crack at pretty much anything, especially meaty stuff!

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    We eat about 6-6.30pm so DH can eat with us , DS goes to bed about 7.30-8pm - tonight it was fish tacos!
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