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As well as the regular baby favourites like rice cakes, 13 month old has also taken a liking to bitter natural yogurt, olives and stilton what random things have your babies liked to eat?
Lemons. Strange child.
DD2 loved gherkins from a similar age, both DDs loved anything really garlicky from about a year. Used to stink in an adorable way
Peanut butter and jam sandwich.
Ah yes, lemons! Mine too - always give him the one in my diet coke but had raised eyebrows from MIL one time when he got the lemon juice in his eye
Lemons, pickled onions, roll mops (pickled herrings). DD is 13 months!She asks to be picked up, points to the kitchen, opens the fridge & points at the jar of pickled onions at least twice a day.
Mango chutney. Her first birthday we took her to a curry house and she was allowed her own pot, she was beyond delighted.She loved asparagus for a few months when weaning but obviously won't entertain it on her plate now.
My DD loves raw garlic. She scours the vegetable trolley for it, grabs a clove, and sucks/chews away! A nearly one year old with garlicy breath is very odd...
More lemons here.And fish eyes (shudder)
Raw red onions lol
Fillet steak. No other cuts. Weird baby. 7 months
Hummous here, also gherkins and carpet fluff.
Ds1 used to love sweet potato mashed with blueberries mixed in
Oh yes, remembered some more. Liver. She also loves marmite- I like it too, but it's quite a 'grown up' taste really.
9 months and anything fishy. We shared mackerel the other day. the cat was super pissedAlso a marmite lover, she'll eat pretty much anything which I'm making he most of before fussiness kicks in!!
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