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Posted: Thu Jun 10, 2010 11:57 am 
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yesterday -

3oz milk + weetabix

chicken apple and sweet potato mashed, had to give her a breadstick to suck on to pursuade her to eat it cos it was the first time mashed and not pureed.

a roast dinner mashed - carrot cabbage chcken new potato and peas + 3oz milk

6oz milk


Today

4oz milk + yoghurt

Chicken and apple again (made too much no room in freezer lol)

tea - an ella kitchen organic pouch + 4oz milk (will have)

6oz milk

dita doesn't have snacks. dont think she needs them.

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Posted: Thu Jun 10, 2010 6:14 pm 
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Niccsy, did Dita do well with her food mashed instead of pureed??

Today Harry has been very poorly so has just had milk and water all day, with the occasional piece of toast and a biscuit.

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Posted: Thu Jun 10, 2010 11:57 pm 
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Today Mr Fraser had:

Milk 6oz at 7.30am
Brekkie of C&G banana multi grain porridge stuff with half a mashed banana in
Snack was an organix finger biscuit
Lunch 12.30 Mashed potato with chicken, onion and leeks (i puree the chicken and mix it in to softened leeks and mash so a bit of texture but not too much) Pudding was a whole jar of heinz apple and vanilla custard stuff (he is obsessed with that stuff!)
Snack was 6oz milk
Tea Homemade fish pie with peas and he wasn't sick with the whole peas which was a huge milestone for my reflux superstar Very Happy
6oz bottle before bed
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Posted: Fri Jun 11, 2010 8:15 am 
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she wasnt keen to start with and kept gagging - but i kept trying and it didnt take her long at all to get used to it - she did really well, im so glad cos i didnt want her to be on the puree stage too long cos its not impossible for them to get lump phobia lol.

She just had a quarter of a slice of toast and ate every bit of it too!! She deffinately likes her food like braden lol!
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Posted: Fri Jun 11, 2010 7:43 pm 
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I am beginning to think I don't feed Alfie enough....

Today, he had an 8oz bottle (left 1oz) at 7.15am
Breakfast - creamy porridge at 8am
Lunch - One slice of bread with Dairylea, most of which ended up in the chair and wasn't eaten, half a jar of stage 2 food, plus a fromage frais yoghurt
Afternoon - 8oz bottle around 3pm (left about 1oz)
Tea - Jar of Stage 2 food, plus jar of pudding, plus a couple of Milky Way Stars
Bed at 6pm......
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Posted: Fri Jun 11, 2010 8:05 pm 
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Strawberry and banana porrige & 7oz millk
Apricot chicken & sweet potato with half a jar of dessert
Half a banana
6oz bottle
Salmon Puree and the other half of the dessert
Rice cake
7.00pm - Fromage Frais and 7oz bottle
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Posted: Fri Jun 11, 2010 8:07 pm 
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Fraser (7 months) had:
6oz milk
Porridge with mashed banana
Lunch was homemade fish pie with peas then half a jar of custard
5oz milk and a biscuit for snack
Tea was homemade chicken and mushroom risotto and rest of custard for pud
6oz milk before bed
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Posted: Fri Jun 11, 2010 8:29 pm 
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Did anyone LO go off porridge/weetabix for a while, Harry used to love it but now he just cries everytime i feed him it Sad If i give him toast a lot of the time he just plays with it, so I dont think hes getting enough food for breakfast Sad any ideas??

Plus he hates scrambled egg too xx
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Posted: Fri Jun 11, 2010 10:25 pm 
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Lewis did exactly this and refused t eat weetabix after loving it! Rolling Eyes i moved him onto the sort of ready brek type cereals and that worked and now he loves the oats so simply porridge sachets (syrup flavour best!) and i put in a mashed banana xxxxx
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Posted: Fri Jun 11, 2010 10:42 pm 
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7am - Milk, drank about 5oz
8.30 - Fruity porridge & banana
11.00 - A few cheese balls (like watsits but round)
12.00 - Beef/mash/veg/gravy (frozen from sunday dinner) and fromage frais
3.00 - 5oz Milk and an orange biscotti (she only eats about half of the biscotti and gives the rest to the dogs)
5.00 - Chicken & mushroon risotto (unlike Archie's though mine came out of a jar!!) Amy not impressed, ate about half.
7.30 - 7oz milk

Has anyone given their LO rice crispies?
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Posted: Fri Jun 11, 2010 10:48 pm 
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awww lol jars are ok, i just like the pudding ones cos they taste nicer in my tum when you lick the spoon Wink Laughing
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Posted: Fri Jun 11, 2010 10:53 pm 
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God bless jars I say cos I'm a terrible cook!! I do try, I make sunday lunches and stuff and freeze extra portions for Amy and I make her lots of things using frozen veg mixed with cheese or meat but that's about my limit. I have to confess I but munch bunch fromage frais and yogurts for Amy but only so I can share them, they remind me of my youth!! rozzy raspberry is my favourite!!
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Posted: Fri Jun 11, 2010 11:00 pm 
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hey don't worry at all! Very Happy i am only practiced at baby food making cos Fraser is my 2nd within 2 yrs so i am well versed in baby food lol.

(just in case you want to try it tho......i melt some unsalted butter and put in half an onion and a crushed clove of garlic and soften. then i add some small pieces of chicken breast and brown them. then i add a pile of sliced mushrooms and wait til they soften a bit. then i get some bog standard easy cook rice and slap that in with one of those heinz baby stock cubes made up with boiling water and add a wee bit more boiling water so the rice is fully covered. put the lid on and wait about 15 or so mins and the stock ahas cooked the rice and voila, chicken risotto. i wap it in the blendet with a little bit of milk so it's nice and smooth and it is one of fraser and lewis's favourites Very Happy )
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Posted: Fri Jun 11, 2010 11:04 pm 
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Sounds quite easy actually, I might have a go..... I think my OH would probably eat that (but he's want chips with it Shocked )
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Posted: Fri Jun 11, 2010 11:10 pm 
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aye and you can freeze it too and then when i reheat it i just add a spot more milk to bring it back to the right consistency again. pretty much i just make adult meals but with no salt and then mush it to whatever consistency it needs to be.....another very easy favourite is heat some of the low salt, low sugar beans up then add a massive handful of the frozen mash you get and stir it in til it all melts in! fab lunch and they love it!!! is soft enough to mush it for our age of LOs but enough texture to give them something to chew a bit on too. sometimes i add a bit of corned beef too. fraser's all time fave is chicken, onion and leek softened in unsalted butter then i add a pile of frozen mash and stir it all up. stick it in the blender to mush the chicken down a bit and it tastes AMAZING!!! i freeze that one too xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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