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Can a 7m old have Weetabix?

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beansprout Thu 16-Jun-05 16:51:03

Nearly 8m, but can he?

aloha Thu 16-Jun-05 16:51:39


littlerach Thu 16-Jun-05 16:51:56

Thiunk so, sure it is after 6 months.
DD2 has had it since 7 months.

beansprout Thu 16-Jun-05 16:52:21

Excellent - that's an easy breakfast tomorrow then!! Thanks!

Twiglett Thu 16-Jun-05 16:52:37


Kelly1978 Thu 16-Jun-05 16:53:39

both my eldest had weetabix every bfast from 6 mnths, they loved it, and like u say - it's so easy1 And cheap.

KristinaM Thu 16-Jun-05 17:01:27

Unless you have a family history of food allergies, especially wheat. If so you are advised to wait until 9 or 12 months I think

nailpolish Thu 16-Jun-05 17:02:50

my 7 mth old has half a weetabix with her usual milk every morning! keeps her regular! and she loves it

Gwenick Thu 16-Jun-05 17:03:19

Both my DS's had (and still do actually) it from 6 months, I cover them in milk, microwave for 30 seconds and 'mush them up' (well DS1 has his 'properly' now - but still warmed up)

I also buy Tesco Wheat Biscuitsm they're about half the price of "Wheetabix"

highlander Fri 17-Jun-05 00:29:06

wheetabix was listed in the Times last year as one of the very few truly healthy cereals . All the rest had added salt and sugar.

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