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    Is she refusing milk and solids? Or just not a big eater? Is she losing weight?

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    She's not a big eater, she's a small bub and she's been stuck on 7kg for the pat month or so, she would ue but not gain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Can I ask what solids you give?
    Sorry, I just saw this now as I don't get notifications.

    Breakfast could be toast or pumpkin soup as ds doesn't like cereal at the moment.

    Lunch is usually BLW style with pieces of cucumber, tomato, cheese, a slice of homemade zucchini slice or a broccoli and cheese muffin. Sometimes a half slice of wholemeal toast with avacado smushed on it. Sometimes I put some tuna chunks on his tray as he loves that too or a strip of steak to chew and suck.

    Dinner is usually whatever meals we've precooked for him because he eat much later then ds. Could be a vegetable risotto or spaghetti bolognaise. Ds sometimes has a bean casserole dish we sometimes make that is done with spices and a few veges. (Very good if he's a bit backed up)

    It can be anything but I try to keep it healthy and organic where possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    Sorry, I just saw this now as I don't get notifications.

    Breakfast could be toast or pumpkin soup as ds doesn't like cereal at the moment.

    Lunch is usually BLW style with pieces of cucumber, tomato, cheese, a slice of homemade zucchini slice or a broccoli and cheese muffin. Sometimes a half slice of wholemeal toast with avacado smushed on it. Sometimes I put some tuna chunks on his tray as he loves that too or a strip of steak to chew and suck.

    Dinner is usually whatever meals we've precooked for him because he eat much later then ds. Could be a vegetable risotto or spaghetti bolognaise. Ds sometimes has a bean casserole dish we sometimes make that is done with spices and a few veges. (Very good if he's a bit backed up)

    It can be anything but I try to keep it healthy and organic where possible.
    Sounds like a buffet, good job.

    I think i need to get into these slices that people talk about and healthy muffins.

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    They are just good ways of getting them to eat the right things. It's tasty to them and fun but we know they are packed full of good things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Do you use normal porridge or blitz it?
    Baby porridge

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    There's baby porridge? Why have I never seen it.

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    Raffertys garden make a good one with banana in it. They also do a good multigrain cereal. They are in pouches. Yellow and red respectively. Should be in the aisles near the rice cereals etc.

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    Oh it's a pouch, sorry, I was thinking it was the adult one, uncle Toby's

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    Bellamys also has baby porridge it's a meal consistency and you just mix it with water/milk


 

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