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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    She wouldn't eat boiled eggs.....she loves avocado
    Mash in some chopped up boiled egg with the Avo and see if she will try that ( great topping for wraps and rice cakes too )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Mash in some chopped up boiled egg with the Avo and see if she will try that ( great topping for wraps and rice cakes too )
    My youngest used to love soft boiled egg and avocado smooshed on toast and then cut into fingers.

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    Ds likes the yolk of fried eggs on avo toast.

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    DSS was an extremely fussy eater. From age 10 months- 36 months:

    Breakfast- toast with butter, or plain croissant, plus a banana

    Lunch- cheddar cheese pieces (cut a few small block shapes), 3-4 ritz crackers, apple slices/mango, and half a small plain greek yoghurt

    Dinner- bolognese (nothing with it, just the sauce), plain broccoli (hot but pretty raw), or naan bread and rice (plain)

    Snacks- cheese, 3-4 fruits he liked, carrot sticks (once in a blue moon he would eat them)

    TBH most of his meals were snacks...

    ETA: I am amazed at how many eat egg and avocado at age 1... Any child I have known has always gagged at egg (no matter how it is cooked) until age 4ish, and wouldn't even look at avocado.
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    @DT75 ds won't eat scrambled eggs but loves omelettes and started eating yolk on toast when he saw me eat it and he wanted some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    @DT75 ds won't eat scrambled eggs but loves omelettes and started eating yolk on toast when he saw me eat it and he wanted some.
    Yeah all the kids I know, at age 1/2/3 wanted what the adults were eating and would always try it...but if it was egg (no matter how cooked), they gagged.

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    Hmm strange. Ds stopped gagging on food at 8 months. Tbh I think its the touch ds doesn't like about scrambled eggs, he doesn't like the feel of it on his fingers. I haven't actually tried giving it to him on a spoon.

    Forgot to add he has been having avo since 6 months. Its pretty much a staple in this house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DT75 View Post
    Yeah all the kids I know, at age 1/2/3 wanted what the adults were eating and would always try it...but if it was egg (no matter how cooked), they gagged.
    Maybe I have odd kids All three of mine have loved eggs since they were little - makes for such an easy meal.

    They hated pizza until last year though and two cant stand tomato sauce!

    Funny things.

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    @misskittyfantastico I think all kids have different tastes just like adults do. Haha. My mum was unlucky enough to have 4 kids with very different preferences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    @misskittyfantastico I think all kids have different tastes just like adults do. Haha. My mum was unlucky enough to have 4 kids with very different preferences.
    Your poor mum!


 

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