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    Quote Originally Posted by JustJaq View Post
    Peas for us today 😐 Does that mean i should stop giving them to him? He does love them. He's 9 months.
    Nope. Just keep feeding them everything. If it doesn't cause discomfort then it's ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustJaq View Post
    Peas for us today 😐 Does that mean i should stop giving them to him? He does love them. He's 9 months.
    My little girl is almost 2 and sometimes peas come out whole lol we had an entire green bean the other day... That was interestingly revolting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaDiDah View Post
    My little girl is almost 2 and sometimes peas come out whole lol we had an entire green bean the other day... That was interestingly revolting.
    Ewww... ☺Thanks guys.

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    Perfectly normal.. When my 2 were little I'd see corn , peas, sultanas, carrot... First time I was horrified lol

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    Peas here in our nappies

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    Peas and corn are very common, sultanas cone thru partly rehydrated lol.

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    Pretty much any vegie...peas corn carrot cucumber capsicum beans broccoli lol and saltanas apple skin


 

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