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    Peanut; we did feeding therapy for ds#2 cause he is on a very very very
    Limited diet (2 foods 1 drink)

    And there was bucket loads of info, in kids your ds's age...
    Could most def be poor muscle tone in the jaw, anything that requires a lot of chewing can be majorly difficult!

    My ds#1'cant chew meat at all, muesli bars etc.

    Have you brought it up with your OT??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    Peanut; we did feeding therapy for ds#2 cause he is on a very very very
    Limited diet (2 foods 1 drink)

    And there was bucket loads of info, in kids your ds's age...
    Could most def be poor muscle tone in the jaw, anything that requires a lot of chewing can be majorly difficult!

    My ds#1'cant chew meat at all, muesli bars etc.

    Have you brought it up with your OT??
    I have, he was born with macroglossia (tongue to big for his mouth) and he also has an issue with how his tongue sits in his mouth that makes chewing an issue, which is the cause of a lot of his food issues. We have an appt with a speechie and feeding clinic in July, the OT tends to think its behavioural with him though because he usually does it to try and make DS1 laugh at him.

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    Just chiming in with this. .. developmental eating chart. ..
    Lots of ongoing feeding therapy happening with my dd!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by peanutmonkey View Post
    I have, he was born with macroglossia (tongue to big for his mouth) and he also has an issue with how his tongue sits in his mouth that makes chewing an issue, which is the cause of a lot of his food issues. We have an appt with a speechie and feeding clinic in July, the OT tends to think its behavioural with him though because he usually does it to try and make DS1 laugh at him.

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    Combo of all maybe? Goodluck with feeding therapy

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    Combo of all maybe? Goodluck with feeding therapy
    Most likely! and thanks!

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