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weaning and the power of Cod

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deaconblue Mon 19-Feb-07 10:10:12

Before visiting Cod a few weeks ago Ds lived on pureed everything and shoppingbags was a happy lady. Ater being tempted with raisins and a variety of other big boy foods chez Cod, he now refuses all spoon fed mush and insists on grown up food bunged on his tray. Ate fish goujons, sliced roast chicken, lump of butternut squash and some new potatoes yesterday. Shoppingbags now has a freezer full of ice cubes of mush and a very happy son. Bravo Coddy

FluffyMummy123 Mon 19-Feb-07 11:08:51

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AitchTwoOh Mon 19-Feb-07 11:30:57

how funny. you can use the mush as a pasta sauce, you know.

deaconblue Mon 19-Feb-07 11:36:20

Good idea. Have been stealing his mushy cauliflower cheese when he refuses it anyway, might have it with tonight's dinner. He's scoffing an Aunt Bessie yorkshire pud as I type, not sure that's the healthiest but it is combined with lots of other good things

Chandra Mon 19-Feb-07 11:38:03

careful with egg in yorkshire puddings if he is not yet one year old

Chandra Mon 19-Feb-07 11:38:41

Otherwise, fantastic to hear it is working

Piffle Mon 19-Feb-07 11:39:18

<ponders if visiting Cod with her ds (13) would mean he would suddenly want to tidy his room forever afterwards>

JillyBeansNW Mon 19-Feb-07 11:51:35

You are allowed to meet Cod? How do I book an appointment?

FluffyMummy123 Mon 19-Feb-07 14:49:43

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Tinker Mon 19-Feb-07 14:52:58

This makes it sound soooo easy [wistful emoticon] and youngest's penchant for white food only

deaconblue Mon 19-Feb-07 15:13:34

Chandra, he's had egg stuff already as I didn't know about the avoid egg thing. Loves omelette so I'm guessing he's not allergic.
A visit to Cod can do wonders for mummies too. I had Dennis Healy eyebrows and a tash which I was bleaching til she told me I looked a mess and made me get them waxed! This was 10 years ago by the way

Ceolas Mon 19-Feb-07 15:22:03

SOunds like you could give Supernanny a run for her money, cod!

IntergalacticDave Mon 19-Feb-07 15:27:23

Cod, fancy a trip to Bath to get DS over his fear or fruit and vegetables?

I'll even forgive the fact you are claret and blue

CanSleepWontStarve Mon 19-Feb-07 21:25:13

There isn't an 'avoid egg' thing sbue, which is prob why you didn't know about it! They are fine from 6 months.

Can Cod stop my dd from throwing food on the floor please?

JillyBeansNW Mon 19-Feb-07 23:56:55

Can Cod get my 18 year old out of bed in the mornings?

Please?

Chandra Tue 20-Feb-07 18:19:25

Cansleepwontstarve... guidelines talk about the introduccion of egg yolks as safe from 6m. However, early introduction of egg white is proven to be one of the main factors for development of allergies. I have not known of a paeditrician yet who advise intro of it before the year mark.

Guidelines have a very elusive existence, you only get to know about them after you show up to your GP/HV with a child who has been suffering from suspected allergies for a while. So we can not say there is "none"

unknownrebelbang Tue 20-Feb-07 18:22:38

Sod the kids.

Cod, come and sort ME out!

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