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Aussiesaff Sat 17-Aug-19 09:20:24

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WereYouHareWhenIWasFox Sun 18-Aug-19 05:07:33

Might not be a healthy long term option. But some two year olds can be quite limited in their repertoire. I would look at ways to incorporate more healthy options. Start with offering toast instead of fried bread, and maybe stop the chips? Sausage is full of crap, could you make your own? Eggs are healthy and who doesn’t love black pudding? Maybe make it a weekend treat?

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