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    Yep just scramble eggs as you normally would and smear down on toast fingers - I always added chopped herbs or spinach ( even dried herbs) to DS eggs not only for the extra nutrients but so he gets used to green things!

    Vegemite does have b vitamins but there are better foods to get the same things ( eggs/green veggies/nuts/ fish/meats ) without the salt and other additives

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    ✌️thank you EM

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    Sorry to hijack again op but see I would never have given a cruskit thinking it would be so dangerous but right now she's loving a cruskit with sweet potato spread all over it. The amount of saliva and let me tell you there's a lot melts it so much. Wow!!
    It's very messy though 🙉

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    Ds loved (and still does) steamed or boiled broccoli at 6 months. Just make sure it has a big enough stem on it for them to hold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    Ds loved (and still does) steamed or boiled broccoli at 6 months. Just make sure it has a big enough stem on it for them to hold.

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    Mine all loved that too!
    Other things the mine loved at that age were:
    Corn on the cob - seriously it would keep them busy for hours!
    Cruskits or rice cakes or toast fingers with avocado, hommus, nut butters or cream cheese.
    Roasted carrots, sweet potato and pumpkin chunks.
    Thick cut cucumber sticks with the skin on - that was my youngest child's first food and he's still mad for cucumber!

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    Is it normal for them to gag when trying things like cucumber, mango scrambled egg? DS tried a bit of scrambled egg this morning and threw up everywhere ??

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    Yep totally normal , they are just adjusting to the different tastes and textures going down! Just keep offering appropriate sized foods and eat with them so they can copy you

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    Subbing - DS is almost 6mo and despite my intentions to skip purées and do BLW, I kind of chickened out! I've offered him some mashed or puréed potato, pumpkin and carrot without much success. Sometimes he finds the whole thing hilarious and other times he refuses to open his mouth so I don't persist with it. I also offer stuff off my plate like plain meats and steamed veg but not much actually goes in his mouth.

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    Ds didn't stop gagging on everything until about 8 months

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    Mine all loved that too!
    Other things the mine loved at that age were:
    Corn on the cob - seriously it would keep them busy for hours!
    Cruskits or rice cakes or toast fingers with avocado, hommus, nut butters or cream cheese.
    Roasted carrots, sweet potato and pumpkin chunks.
    Thick cut cucumber sticks with the skin on - that was my youngest child's first food and he's still mad for cucumber!
    Love these👍

    Corn is a great one thank you so much. I can't believe how much this little belly has been eating. She's tiny yet such a little piglet.


 

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