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DOES ANYONE ELSE'S SPROG GAG ON YOUGHURT/FROMAGE FRAIS??

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Schmauskin Mon 31-Jan-05 20:17:15

7 month daughter eats everything save youghurt/fromage frais which makes her gag and sometimes hurl. No signs of allergy to dairy, so should I just wait a few weeks and try again?

Twiglett Mon 31-Jan-05 20:20:25

yup

Twiglett Mon 31-Jan-05 20:20:59

as in yup wait a few weeks and try again (as long as there's no lactose intolerance there)

KatieMac Mon 31-Jan-05 20:27:42

Try again......but some 36yo's still gag at youghurt etc (and only drink milk if forced )

Lowryn Mon 31-Jan-05 20:31:45

My DS used to do this when I tried him on petit filous. There used to be a competition where you took a photo of your baby having their first taste of petit filous, I can't remember what you won. I used to think that a photo of him gagging and spitting it everywhere with a "Yuk" expression wasn't what they were looking for!

Newbarnsleygirl Mon 31-Jan-05 20:35:08

I don't know about anyone else but have you tried the yoghurt yourself. I think they seem to be quite dry on your throat. What yoghurts are you giving dd?

Schmauskin Mon 31-Jan-05 21:16:36

Have tried every bleeding youghurt/fromage frais type thing going. - organic, no sugar, full of sugar, Petit Filous etc etc. .. same reaction every time and boy does that vom stink - so will probably give up on it. She loves rice pudding, but I can't give her that at each sitting, so if youghurt's off the cards, other pud suggestions welcomed!

Newbarnsleygirl Tue 01-Feb-05 06:20:30

You could try semolina or make a thick milkshake with bannana's and milk (my dd loves that) or just mashed up fruits. I find they're the best puddings to give dd because they're so easy and incredibly good for her.
Could you try her with custard? I know Heinz do their own if you don't want to give her the normal stuff.

Schmauskin Tue 01-Feb-05 11:10:21

Thanks newbarnsleygirl - never thought of semolina or custard, but she has been having lots of fruit!! Will try this teatime
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