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Old 13-12-08, 23:36
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my little girl has weetabix for breakfast and always has veg and meat for tea so any ideas what i can give her for lunch.
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how about a fruity veggie thing?? anything!
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Old 14-12-08, 02:29
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Sandwich? Soup? Beans on toast? Scrambled egg and toast?

Whatever you're having!
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think i used to give Izzy thick soupy things for lunch like sweetcorn chowder, lentil soup, leak and potato...

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Ethan had whatever I was having! I always tried to make sure we had the same meals even when he was tiny. He used to like sandwiches with philadelphia or grated cheese. Always loved beans on toast (used to eat the beans with his hands......messy but fun!). Soup was always a winner, I used to serve it with garlic bread. Macaroni cheese or cauliflower & brocolli cheese went down well too.

He used to have a yoghurt or raisins or a banana/strawberries afterwards.

Seems so long ago now!

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Old 14-12-08, 22:55
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i am a first time mum and it worries me giving her new things so what do i do with toast cut it in little soilders it worries me incase she chokes
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Cut in into quarters hon and then she'll bite off the amount she needs. Cutting them smaller can mean they try and cram it all in. I'm sure she'll be fine. Babies have a very strong gag reflex. So long as she's sat up straight she'll be ok xxx
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