Now she is older, but not as a baby/toddler. I'll get it very rarely and only chips or hash browns because there is really nothing else suitable at breakfast time for a vegetarian coeliac. She was 6 the first time she had chips and a juice and might get it twice a year or so. But if you think it's ok, then that's what matters. I'll go for coffee and get her a drink but she's nearly 9 so I do now allow some softdrink sometimes. The majority of mums get it for their kids on occasion, so you are not in the minority at all.
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03-05-2012 17:55 #11
03-05-2012 17:56 #12
Everything in moderation.
03-05-2012 17:59 #13Senior Member
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We're veg, so no mcdonalds but we get takeaway pizza sometimes, and my son eats it. As long as it's not too often, I think it's fine.
03-05-2012 18:03 #14Senior Member
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Maybe once or twice a year. DS prefers subway wraps, he has one every thursday night. We're there now.
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03-05-2012 18:03 #15
DS is 1 but we will get a chicken nugget happy meal with apples instead of fries, and a water.
And we usually get a salad as an extra and he eats all the tomato and cucumber.
But I think twice I've let him devour a cheeseburger :/
03-05-2012 18:03 #16
We don't but mostly because DD1 can't eat wheat dairy or additives and i think maccas ticks all those boxes! I pulled into the drive thru this morning for a coffee and dd2 was all 'whats this place' and 'who are you talking to, who is that man, what are they cooking' lol. It was like she had landed in outer space she was that interested in it all!!!
If we need takeaway we get chips and grilled unseasoned fish or roast chook, that's about the limit of our options
03-05-2012 18:07 #17Senior Member
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DD is 22mths and I've done it a couple of times. I've never bought her a meal, but she's had a couple of my nuggets and some of my chips.
The only reason I haven't bought her the meal is that she's a fussy eater and would never eat that much!
We went on holiday recently and she just stopped eating. She got really constipated, and in desperation I bought her a cheeseburger and chips. She refused to try it, and ended up sticking all her chips into the cheeseburger! She came home 1kg lighter after a week away
03-05-2012 18:09 #18
03-05-2012 18:14 #19
DD is nearly 2 and she's had chippies from there but that's it. I occasionally will get her a small chips and then go elsewhere and grab a roast chook. I'm not a fan of the idea of the burgers or the nuggets to be honest. Having said that, I am all about battle picking so whatever works I say
03-05-2012 18:16 #20
We get fast food lunch once a week it's shopping day and we make a big deal of it help me get the shopping done with DS knowing he will get it at the end
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