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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankenmum View Post
    Thanks everyone for your advice and suggestions

    Unfortunately DS has a very limited diet. He's had 4 really serious bouts of gastro (hospitalised each time), and each time has further reduced the foods he will eat. We're down to 2 fruits, 2 veges, 3 types of meat, and grains. I do try to hide stuff in baking. He also won't eat any foods that are mixed (casseroles, etc), or anything with rice. Sandwiches get deconstructed before they are eaten, so no hiding things there!

    I've found a dietician who specialises in fussy children, so will give her a call on Monday.

    In the meantime I might try to hide some chia seeds in some baking and try to give him almond milk...

    Sigh! Fussy kids are so frustrating
    Good morning, how is everything going?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Good morning, how is everything going?
    Still no luck on dairy. Daycare said he's not the fussiest kid there, so that's good! Haha 😅

    I'm making an appointment today with a dietician who specialises in fussy children. She sounds great. It's a bit pricey for the initial consult, but follow up appointments are cheaper. Hopefully we get some luck there! Her page is called Kids Dig Food, if anyone is interested. Based brisbane south side, but she offers in home or phone consultations.

    She did say 'most' kids will grow out of it, but I don't want to risk him being this fussy forever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankenmum View Post
    Still no luck on dairy. Daycare said he's not the fussiest kid there, so that's good! Haha 😅

    I'm making an appointment today with a dietician who specialises in fussy children. She sounds great. It's a bit pricey for the initial consult, but follow up appointments are cheaper. Hopefully we get some luck there! Her page is called Kids Dig Food, if anyone is interested. Based brisbane south side, but she offers in home or phone consultations.

    She did say 'most' kids will grow out of it, but I don't want to risk him being this fussy forever!
    Good luck, hopefully you find a lot of usual information and your boy starts loving dairy.

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    Try soy milk
    Soy cram cheese
    Vegan block cheese
    maybe might help I don't know but I hate cow anything

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