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starshaker Sun 21-Aug-05 08:31:30

can i make up powdered food in advance as im going out today and dp is left with dd and has never made up food for her.

Twiglett Sun 21-Aug-05 08:34:26

never used it .. I suppose if you refrigerate it and instruct him to heat it thoroughly and wait till it cools down enough then it will be fine

can he really not follow hte instructions though? (or is she old enough to have a sandwich?)

Twiglett Sun 21-Aug-05 08:34:28

never used it .. I suppose if you refrigerate it and instruct him to heat it thoroughly and wait till it cools down enough then it will be fine

can he really not follow hte instructions though? (or is she old enough to have a sandwich?)

Twiglett Sun 21-Aug-05 08:34:30

never used it .. I suppose if you refrigerate it and instruct him to heat it thoroughly and wait till it cools down enough then it will be fine

can he really not follow hte instructions though? (or is she old enough to have a sandwich?)

Twiglett Sun 21-Aug-05 08:34:44

oops .. sorry

mumtosomeone Sun 21-Aug-05 08:35:44

have you got a jar instead?!!!!
Think it goes a bit runny!
Give him a quick lesson..its not that hard..my DH managed!!!!

starshaker Sun 21-Aug-05 08:35:49

shes 4 months so no sandwich unfortunately but think she would like 1 if she could get away with it. im dead nervous never left her with him before

mumtosomeone Sun 21-Aug-05 08:36:35

does she always have solids or are you just starting her?

dinny Sun 21-Aug-05 08:36:38

can't he just mash a banana/avocado or something? how old is your dd?

mumtosomeone Sun 21-Aug-05 08:37:34

just give her an extra bottle or 2.at 4 months she wont worry!!!

Twiglett Sun 21-Aug-05 08:38:28

4 months old don't need food so don't worry about it just leave him with milk

dinny Sun 21-Aug-05 08:38:51

Was presuming she was older... Can't she just have milk?

starshaker Sun 21-Aug-05 08:40:26

she loves her veg caserole and gets quite upset if she doesnt get it but supose could give her it at her 3 oclock feed

mumtosomeone Sun 21-Aug-05 08:41:26

yes just give her it later.
She is a bit young to worry though.

NannyL Sun 21-Aug-05 09:42:17

i find if you leave powdered food make up it gets thicker... doesnt stay the same consitnecy.... so i would def NOT do it in advance..

but measure out powder in bowl and describe the consistency you want to person making it!

WideWebWitch Sun 21-Aug-05 09:44:23

Agree, either send an extra bottle or a banana with instructions to mash but if she's only 4 months (is that right?) she doesn't need solid food yet anyway, milk will be fine.

ednaferber Sun 21-Aug-05 20:24:01

I dont understand why he can't do it. It's not rocket science.

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