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ok to give Abidec vitamin drops in wet food, or does it really HAVE TO go in drops into the mouth?

(5 Posts)
cantbelieveimonhere Thu 06-Aug-15 09:59:11

LO doesn't love the taste of the drops that are put into her mouth with syringe. TBH it smells pretty rank.
Can I cheat and put it in something like porridge?
Or does it really have to go into mouth in syringe?

Thanks in advance MN

MrsSheepiness Thu 06-Aug-15 10:02:32

We put it in our girls morning/evening milk depending on their ages.

cantbelieveimonhere Thu 06-Aug-15 10:10:47

thanks. stupid question - why would their age determine if they got it in morning or evening milk?

guiltynetter Thu 06-Aug-15 14:31:12

you can put it in yogurts, porridge etc.

captaincake Tue 11-Aug-15 20:13:03

Abidec is rank! We use wellbaby instead as per dieticians advice that it contains more. I opened the abidec bottle, watched DS's reaction, tried it myself then threw it straight in the bin!

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