Yep. My 14 month old has had happy meals a couple of times.
Oh god, that sounds really bad when I read it back. But I get him a seared chicken wrap with apple slices and i drink his drink. I figure it's a piece of chicken and a bit of tortilla so it can't be that bad on the occasion we go out shopping for the day.
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03-05-2012 18:58 #11
03-05-2012 18:59 #12
DS is 5 and has never had Maccas.
I don't judge parents who take kids there occasionally, it's none of my business so I don't care.
03-05-2012 19:43 #13
Yeah, of course. I think it's counter-productive to make that a "banned food," in most cases. I think that sets up a poor relationship with food any could be more damaging long term than beneficial.
My daughter has maccas sometimes. So do I.
03-05-2012 22:11 #14
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