I thought you are only supposed to give eggs from 12 months? I'd check with your health nurse maybe?
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11-12-2011 12:40 #11Member
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11-12-2011 13:07 #13Still Eli's mum :)
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I was told by a health professional recently that the guidelines are changing and that it's ok to introduce things like that earlier unless there is a family history of allergies.
But of course it's best to check with someone beforehand if you're concerned.
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11-12-2011 15:30 #15
We did try purees for a while but DS pretty much refused to eat them so now he eats all finger foods except for yoghurt. These are some of the things I give him:
Panfried chicken strips and cut up veg
All kinds of fruit and veg
Little burgers of poached chicken or tinned salmon with mashed potato and vegies, crumbed and baked.
Today I am making him burgers out of rice, cannellini beans and veggies and will crumb them
Pancakes with veg in them
Pita bread and toast - with avocado, peanut butter, hummus, cheese, tahini, yoghurt
Stirfry - I make it without any salty sauces and just tip rice on his highchair tray (we use Japanese rice so it's sticky), then give him the meat and veg to eat. Rice dishes we eat outside.
Big bits of pasta, cubes of cheese and tomato
Omelettes, frittatas, etc
Sultanas and prunes
His eating has improved out of sight since I stopped cooking him baby food and let him feed himself. He's just a stubborn bugger.
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11-12-2011 15:35 #16
1 avocado and 2 bananas= banado mousse!
My little guy loves it!
He eats just about everything (except for nuts, sugar and chili)
11-12-2011 16:29 #17
Do I need to wait for most of his teeth to come through before giving him the rusks? His bottom teeth have just come through.
Should his food be just a little chunky? I'm so freaking confused!
11-12-2011 16:30 #18
11-12-2011 16:45 #19
Rusks are good! Helps with the teeth!
I give Braxton smooth fruit purée for lunch and veggies slightly mushier than mashed potato for dinner. Plus I made heaps of meatballs from mince and chicken (nothing else) then froze them, and I just defrost and mix in one with his dinner.
I also let him chew on bread, watermelon, mango etc. if we are having some but always a big bit so that he can hold it himself.
As far as what they can eat it is almost everything, just not nuts or dairy.
Banana (a good one to chew on too)
Plus I have added coconut milk to his dinners and he lives it!
I swear he eats better than us hahaha
11-12-2011 16:47 #20
Stupid iPhone lol
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