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  1. #11
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    My DD eats a fair bit, she has on an average day;
    *1 1/2 weetbix and half a banana,
    *bread or a milk arrowroot biscuit for morning tea,
    *Fruit and around 200 grams of Yogurt for lunch, or a sandwich/small tin of baked beans,
    *meat and veg (either a very chunky puree, or a blitzed version of what we are eating for dinner).

    She also tries anything we are eating .

    We weened her from formula at a year old, we just switched her to normal full cream milk, she had already dropped most of bottle feeds, its more a comfort thing now. Some days she'll have none, others she might have two 200ml bottles (and she eats a bit less on those days). Most days she has one before bed We upped her water intake, and make sure she has enough dairy

  2. #12
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    May 2013
    Change the bedtime routine so that the formula is not right before bed. So maybe feed, then cuddles with a book, then bed. This worked for my DD. We read "where is the green sheep" (as it finishes with the sheep asleep) before every sleep time and gradually stopped bottles with no problem by the time she was 1.


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