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Is this an Ok lunch for my 9 month old or do you think something is missing?

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sannie Tue 14-Oct-08 09:38:59

will be serving cheese omelette strips (made with 2 eggs) and apricot yoghurt for lunch....

always unsure if I am giving you think this is alright or should I offer something else as well???

he had baby porridge and banana for breakie....


cupchar Tue 14-Oct-08 09:39:43

hope you make enough for you as well - sounds yum

curlywurlycremeegg Tue 14-Oct-08 09:39:46

maybe some fruit or veg sticks?

bozza Tue 14-Oct-08 09:40:48

It is quite heavy on the dairy and low on fruit/veg. But if you balance it out and give him some veg at teatime it should be OK.

sannie Tue 14-Oct-08 09:42:21

tea is veg and lentil puree and maybe some toast...


bozza Tue 14-Oct-08 10:06:52

sounds a good balance across the day then.

whoisdoingthedishes Tue 14-Oct-08 11:36:23

I would add some bread or something starchy, but if you are offering that at tea time then it sounds Ok.

georgiemum Tue 14-Oct-08 11:38:58

A nice little salad of cucumber, carrot sticks, tomato and sweetcorn. Lovely!

MrsJamin Tue 14-Oct-08 12:30:18

i'd stick loads of veg into the omelette, peas, spinach, mushrooms, tomatoes, anything you've got to hand - it's a great way to get veg into them!

jimmyjammys Tue 14-Oct-08 13:55:05

Sannie can your 9 month old really eat a 2 egg omelette! envy. I have a real struggle to get DS 15 months to even eat 1 scrambled egg and that's without anything else.

moocowme Tue 14-Oct-08 20:16:03

a 9mo who has just discovered food can woof it down, as they get past one their little bodies slow down in the growing so they don't really need as much(most of the time)

i found a good way to add a bit more veg was to add it grated to the food. my lo has a home made pizza every week which he loves and we make the topping from grated veg and cheese which goes down very well.

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