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    Which is better nutrition wise- peanut butter or vegemite or cheese spread?
    Dd loves them all but not sure what I which has more vitamins/minerals etc

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    At a guess, I'd say peanut butter and then cheese then Vegemite.

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    Massive hunger strike here today - 1/4 of a peanut butter sandwich and two sultanas all freaking day

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    Oh gosh. I posted a video last night of DD refusing food and screaming which is common in my house. It's on my blog. Anyway. . I was offering mac n cheese. .. And I had some random stranger comment that I needed to 'offer a rainbow of colours' to get her to eat. And that this food looked unappetizing.
    Oh yeah. .. Of course. Why didn't I think of that? Of course that will solve all our problems.
    Rant over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    Which is better nutrition wise- peanut butter or vegemite or cheese spread?
    Dd loves them all but not sure what I which has more vitamins/minerals etc
    Peanut butter - but make sure it says 100% peanuts on the label and no other ingredient - sanitarium do one - and the Macro organic one in Woolies as well - not sure if she would eat it but macadamia nut or almond butter is also yum !

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    So after an entire week of food refusal and tantrums....Plus DD being unwell I went back to do meal times like we did 7 months ago. With food play. .. sensory play. .. And just touching lots of food. I had fruit smoothie, strawberries, blueberries, cream cheese and crackers, biscuits and fruit bar plus vegemite sandwich. ...
    In total it took me about 45 minutes of playing before she's decided to eat a strawberry. .. touch her sandwich. .. touch a blueberry.
    An hour and half in total and she ate 2 strawberries and a few bits of sandwich.
    I must remind myself that slow progress is some progress.

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    Well done Tamtam, she's so lucky to have you as her mummy with all of your perseverance and love And what a gorgeous little chicky too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ladydee View Post
    Well done Tamtam, she's so lucky to have you as her mummy with all of your perseverance and love And what a gorgeous little chicky too!
    Awww Thanks.
    I hope that I can encourage others.
    It's hard. Very very hard. Today was a small win in what has been a very bleak week.

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    I'm terrified that if I have a second bub ...he/she will be as bad an eater as DD...

    has anyone had this happen ....that their second bub was a bad eater too??


 

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