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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    So frustrated with the kids menu's in cafes/restaurants. Literally everything on offer is deep fried with a side of chips and juice/soft drink. Why is that I have to pay for an adult meal if I want some grilled meat and veg for instance? My DS doesn't even like all that deep friend stuff so I'm stuck paying for an adult meal for a toddler.
    My DS is still small enough that I can get away with feeding him from my plate. But I've been checking out kids menus when we go out, just to see the offerings. For the first time yesterday, I found a menu that had options other than deep fried food. Chicken tenderloins and veg, a couple of pasta options, grilled fish, salad and chips, mini works burgers, small steak with veg or salad. I was super impressed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny Dancer View Post
    My DS is still small enough that I can get away with feeding him from my plate. But I've been checking out kids menus when we go out, just to see the offerings. For the first time yesterday, I found a menu that had options other than deep fried food. Chicken tenderloins and veg, a couple of pasta options, grilled fish, salad and chips, mini works burgers, small steak with veg or salad. I was super impressed.
    I'm yet to find a place with that! That's what my DS likes to eat!! Last time I had to pay $5 extra to get some veg on the side and it came out mostly veg that DS won't eat!! Can't win!

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    Unbelievably hungover. I've spent the day in bed watching movies with my 2 year old DD while my DH has done everything. Secretly enjoying the rest though.

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    I am attempting to go to spotlight with DS who has not napped. Eeeeeek!

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    Wishing that DS3 would take a dummy 😝 I've been trying hard for a week or so now and he still acts like I'm trying to choke him 😔

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    Quote Originally Posted by shani2 View Post
    Wishing that DS3 would take a dummy 😝 I've been trying hard for a week or so now and he still acts like I'm trying to choke him 😔
    My dd3 has only just taken a dummy at 5mths old. Urgh. Spent a fortune on different varieties and she just took a random one from my SIL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    So frustrated with the kids menu's in cafes/restaurants. Literally everything on offer is deep fried with a side of chips and juice/soft drink. Why is that I have to pay for an adult meal if I want some grilled meat and veg for instance? My DS doesn't even like all that deep friend stuff so I'm stuck paying for an adult meal for a toddler.
    It's so annoying isn't it!! I went somewhere recently, I can't even remember where now, but their kids menu section said "we don't think kids should be eating lesser quality food than adults. Pick something off the menu and we'll do a half serve at half price or speak to our wait staff and we can come up with something for your child". What an amazing idea!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    It's so annoying isn't it!! I went somewhere recently, I can't even remember where now, but their kids menu section said "we don't think kids should be eating lesser quality food than adults. Pick something off the menu and we'll do a half serve at half price or speak to our wait staff and we can come up with something for your child". What an amazing idea!!
    Fantastic!

    I'm lucky, I have 3 kids so we order them a meal each then hubby gets a meal and I have everyone's leftovers.

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    Unsure about how I'm feeling about my first psychologist session tomorrow. Probably as I have no idea what to expect. What have I got to lose huh!?


 

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