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BLW - any tips for dealing with apples? DS keeps choking...

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GumtreeGirl Wed 08-Jul-09 18:34:57

Hi,

Looking for ways of giving DS (nearly 6 months) apple without him choking. Tried it twice now, once as a lumpy apple sauce (before I started weaning proper) and earlier today when he had a gnaw on the apple I was eating. Both times he got a bit lodged in the back of his throat, then choked, coughed and finally threw up (including his last milk feed).

So now I'm a bit leery of offering him apple again until he's a bit older.

Am I being over cautious, or should I carry on and keep very alert?

Or can anyone suggest ways of offering apple which give the taste and nutrients but in a softer format. Preferably with minimal cooking as I'm a lazy mummy wink.

Thanks!

babber Wed 08-Jul-09 18:47:51

what about grated in porridge or yoghurt?

ChocOrange05 Wed 08-Jul-09 21:57:57

I boiled some apple in water recently and it was very soft but still in slices so DS was able to hold it and eat it (and he has no teeth).

nappyaddict Thu 09-Jul-09 12:17:39

Do you remove the skin?

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