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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Can we give fruit now without cutting into real small pieces? Or still need to make it soft! Sorry
    You can just give pieces of fruit - some good ones are:
    Chunks of melon
    Whole or halved strawberries
    Mandarin or orange segments
    Chunks of banana

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    Oh, with the citrus fruit, just make sure you remove any seeds.

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    Default What is your 1 yr old eating at B, L & D.

    Whole apples - never cut them up, just wash really well ( organic if you can!) and they nibble tiny pieces with their little front teeth - DS had an apple a day once he got his 4 front teeth ( about 9 months) it kept him occupied for an hour!

    Mango /watermelon /pear - all soft fruit cut into big chunks so she can pick them up and take bites

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    Breaky:
    Toast with Vegemite or peanut butter and a cup of soy milk (cows milk intolerance)
    Or bowl of oats with soy milk

    Doesn't usually need morning tea as he has breakfast at 7 and lunch at 11:30.

    Lunch:
    Plate with ham/chicken, strawberries, cucumber, cheese, crackers (I add a new fruit or vegetable to try every few days)
    Or ham & cheese grilled toast with fruit on the side
    Or leftovers like homemade pizza, etc

    Afternoon tea:
    Banana
    Or Crackers/bikkies
    with cup of soy milk

    Dinner:
    Whatever we're having. Favs include mince curry & rice, spag bol with penne so it's easier to eat, beef stew with rice, sausages & steamed veg, homemade pizza.


 

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