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    Default should we be worried ... wont stop eating

    I think he is fine but man do I wonder sometimes. DS is 22 months and eats none stop. no signs of worms - a good solid mass.

    He loves working with his dad, that would be me.

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    just today he found a pack of jelly beans that i did not even know was in the kitchen draw. He had his breakfast, finished his sisters and cleaned up his brothers. snacked all morning, had lunch and then finished mine. In all of that he devoured a box of fruit slices. No bananas as we had run out and i think he finished all the strawberries too.

    Im not seriously concerned .... but .... if you think I should be

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    wow. that's quite an appetite. hehe. my ds who is 3 just eats like a horse. he will try everything everybody else is having... and just grazes as well all day. what does he have for breakfast? is it keeping him full enough?

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    He'll have 2 wheatbix and then 1/2 bowl of whatever his sister never ate and a bowl of whatever his brother had firsst but then changed his mind, a cup of milo and a banana if we have any


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    Mebe he needs eggs in the morning?? Or almonds?? I find if I dont have proteiny goodness in the morning im starving for the rest of the day.

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    My son is the same. Any one have any suggestions how to get more protein in him in the morning as he will not eat egg or nuts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil M View Post
    My son is the same. Any one have any suggestions how to get more protein in him in the morning as he will not eat egg or nuts.
    Best excuse for bacon. Ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil M View Post
    My son is the same. Any one have any suggestions how to get more protein in him in the morning as he will not eat egg or nuts.
    Baked beans
    Quinoa porridge
    Wholemeal toast with goats cheese or cottage cheese
    smoothie made with natural yogurt , fruit and chia seeds
    smoked salmon bagels

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    Both of our kids eat like machines and have done since birth! Sometimes I worry but they eat really well and are a normal weight for their height. Clearly it's all going into growing and energy consumption.

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    My DS is like this. We used to have to send him to kinder last year with two lunches but hid one from him or he would eat the lot at morning tea (this was the teachers suggestion). He has slowed down now though to a more normal/slightly hungrier level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Baked beans
    Quinoa porridge
    Wholemeal toast with goats cheese or cottage cheese
    smoothie made with natural yogurt , fruit and chia seeds
    smoked salmon bagels
    He'd deffinatly have the baked beans and wholemeal toast! Maybe goats cheese at a push, the rest, no way! It's hard to fill him up because he won't eat, eggs, fruit (apart from banana), smoothies, porridge, raw veggies, omelette.... The list is endless

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