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To think this is huge

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Nomorenails1 Sun 12-Mar-17 16:34:32

To think this is a huge portion for an 11 month old I'm socked at it

Nomorenails1 Sun 12-Mar-17 16:35:02

Looks like 3 fish fingers turkey burger chips and peas

SuperManStoleMyPants Sun 12-Mar-17 16:35:30

It depends if half of it ends up on the floor...

BeeFarseer Sun 12-Mar-17 16:35:44

How much is going to end up on the floor though?

Gizlotsmum Sun 12-Mar-17 16:35:55

For 11 month old yes. As a kids meal in a restaurant so to feed up to 7 yr old no...

SuperManStoleMyPants Sun 12-Mar-17 16:36:43

It's a potato smiley isn't it? Not a turkey burger.

Nquartz Sun 12-Mar-17 16:38:18

Way too much for an 11 month old. I wouldn't let my 5 year old eat that much & she's got a big appetite

Nomorenails1 Sun 12-Mar-17 16:38:20

Thought potatoe smileys where smaller

Gizlotsmum Sun 12-Mar-17 16:38:35

A smiley and chips? It looks like a ninja turtle processed meat thing

SuperManStoleMyPants Sun 12-Mar-17 16:39:40

It looks evil whatever it is.

ImperialBlether Sun 12-Mar-17 16:40:37

If they're actually eating all that, it's far too much. Too salty as well.

ToastDemon Sun 12-Mar-17 16:41:02

It looks like utter junk anyway apart from the peas.

ShowMePotatoSalad Sun 12-Mar-17 16:45:27

Well yeah it's too much but an 11 month old won't eat it all anyway. Most of it will end up on the floor.

ThePinkOcelot Sun 12-Mar-17 16:47:01

11 month old?!! Far too much.

IamFriedSpam Sun 12-Mar-17 16:47:27

Both of mine would have eaten one chip and a few peas and that would be it at 11 months! Looks about right for my six year old now!

ShatnersBassoon Sun 12-Mar-17 16:48:01

Was it made with an 11 month old in mind, or is it a standard meal that's been dished out not knowing how old the child is ie at a party?

WhereTheFuckIsWonderWoman Sun 12-Mar-17 16:49:22

My seven year old wouldn't manage that.

SugarLoveHeart Sun 12-Mar-17 16:52:48

If in a restaurant, is not just the generic kids meal? They don't know what age the child is... Looks like onion rings to me.

Bearfrills Sun 12-Mar-17 16:52:56

That's massive for an 11mo although I agree most of it will go on the floor so 'massive' might not apply if they eat only a tiny bit of it.

If I was serving that there'd be no turtle thingie because the fish fingers are the protein so no need for a turkey/chicken item too. My 3yo would have 1 fish finger, half a dozen chips, and a couple of spoonfuls of peas (and would probably eat half of that, he lives on fresh air). My 5yo would have two fish fingers and slightly more of the chips and peas and again would probably eat around half as she also lives on fresh air. My 7yo would demolish the lot, Turkey Turtle included, and then ask if he could polish off the others leftovers grin

Groovee Sun 12-Mar-17 16:53:54

Was this provided to your 11 month old?

PrimeraVez Sun 12-Mar-17 16:56:42

I would serve my 12 month old a portion this size knowing that at least half of it would end up on the floor.

Buuut it's a hypothetical question because I wouldn't serve him that meal anyway.

haveacupoftea Sun 12-Mar-17 16:58:57

Please tell me that someone hasnt given your child this meal and you have posted here in an ungrateful strop because they haven't considered how many chips an 11 month old should get....please

megletthesecond Sun 12-Mar-17 17:01:22

Way too much for an 11 month old! That's more suitable for a reception age child.

But if it's a restaurant I guess it's the standard child's portion?

tigerrun Sun 12-Mar-17 17:02:21

Random question with no context!? Why? Is this at home/a restaurant/a relatives. Why would you feed a baby who isn't yet one any of the crap on that plate (except the peas). Are you questioning your own choices or judging someone else's?

CaoNiMartacus Sun 12-Mar-17 17:02:23

I'm more concerned that the face of Satan himself seems to be leering up from the plate.

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