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    Lunch with my brother he has downs. (Don't mind mess we are renovating)!

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    Cheesy scrambled eggs and steamed veggies. She threw the veggies on the floor without even tasting them and wolfed down all the eggs. Can't believe a 9 month old can eat 2 whole eggs! Then she had a few blueberries afterwards.

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    Thanks everyone. She still isn't very interested in her solids. We are very on/off with offering. Some days I won't offer at all. Should I be offering morning, lunch and dinner?


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    I would pick one time of day and consistently offer at that time every day. Since at the moment it's mostly exploration you will be wasting food and effort by doing it every meal.

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    Sit her in her high chair every time you have a meal and give her something, cucumber , cruskits. , fruit or what your eating, anything just so she gets used to the dining routine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Sit her in her high chair every time you have a meal and give her something, cucumber , cruskits. , fruit or what your eating, anything just so she gets used to the dining routine
    Agree.

    Dd is 8 months, we have done a mix of purees & BLW since 6 months but recently she refuses spoon feeding (which is fine by me!) Her favourites are rice, pasta, garlic bread, avocado, banana..... actually pretty much anything. She loves spag bol too. She shoves so much in her gob but manages to get it down and gum her food very well (she has no teeth yet)

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