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    would it be helpful perhaps to actually go see a paed/dietician rather than sitting on bub hub making a new thread every day about your daughter's eating issues?

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    would it be helpful perhaps to actually go see a paed/dietician rather than sitting on bub hub making a new thread every day about your daughter's eating issues?
    The OP has seen a paed.

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    My ds (22 months) loves yoghurt, watermelon, rockmelon, dates, pasta, rissotto, he's pretty good with toast and sandwiches (though I get the impression these are boring for him), cheese, sultanas, fried eggs

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    My DS loves sticks, leaves, lint and tissues ☺

    Seriously though, his new favourite thing is yogurt in a squeezy pouch that he can feed himself.

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    DS (19 months) has always been a good eater. I did baby-led weaning from 6 months. He's favourite things are pasta, corn on the cob, brocoli, raw carrots, chicken, meat, fish, chips, cheese, cakes, yogurt, peas, sultanas, apples (he was going through a stage a few months ago where he'd chew the skin off and spit it out but he isn't doing that anymore), bananas, breakfast cereal especially rice bubbles, soup. He has a variety of foods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    would it be helpful perhaps to actually go see a paed/dietician rather than sitting on bub hub making a new thread every day about your daughter's eating issues?
    That's not helpful at all.

    Op My daughter has heaps of eating issues as well as a few other little things. I know how stressful it is every single day. You are doing a great job!

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    Are the muesli bars hard? I'm interested
    No they are soft and chewy

    If you go into the one handed cooks website you'll find a heap of great recipes

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    Hi Op, my DS 12 months likes a variety of food but his favourite is a little tasting plate for lunch. He has cherry tomatoes chopped into quarters (his favourite!) cheese cubes, avocado, sandwiches in bite size chunks (chia jam, Vegemite, soft cheese, or steamed pumpkin and feta) sultanas, mini quiche, cucumber sticks, shredded chicken etc. If I'm trying something new I always ,are sure I offer it with three foods he already likes and he's much more inclined to try the new food. Hope this helps 😀

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    My DS - 14 months, loves watermelon, bananas, cheese, little lamb chops, pasta, all steamed veggies, pears, mandarins.
    Yoghurt is also a hit
    Toast with avo
    He doesn't seem to like egg, cold meats (even cold roast chicken)
    I don't have a lot of time to bake (correction: I choose not to bake with the time I have!) so I wouldn't know if he likes the yummy sounding suggestions others have made.

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    Default What is your child currently enjoying (food)

    Mine are obsessed with cherry tomatoes and cucumber at the moment. Apples, grapes, watermelon, jelly, yoghurt, ice blocks, ice cream, custard, noodles, popcorn, cheese, rice


 

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