first foods

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  1. confuzed 88

    confuzed 88 Well-Known Member

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    Hi ladies
    Any suggestions on wat I can get my bubba started on, like something homemade and pureed, just until my book arrives :)
     
  2. hopefulmummy

    hopefulmummy Well-Known Member

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    I'm assuming you're TW?

    What about carrots, squash, parsnips, any root veg.

    If you're going potato, don't blend it it will turn to glue! Just mash!
     
  3. confuzed 88

    confuzed 88 Well-Known Member

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    Yup tw, Hubby doesn't want it any other way, so i can start him on any of that? Oo Il get onto it today :),
     
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    We just started Savannah on the aptamil porridge for a couple of days then purred carrot, then pureed swede, we got some banana yoghurt and did some pureed fruit like pear and apple and mixed this with the porridge for a bit of a different taste.

    Good luck!
     
  5. confuzed 88

    confuzed 88 Well-Known Member

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    I'm going to puree some carrots and potato fpr him today, I'm so excited lol
     
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    Fruits are good to start with, like boiled and mashed pear or banana. Fruit always goes down well because it's nice and sweet.
     
  7. hopefulmummy

    hopefulmummy Well-Known Member

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    Don't purée potato! It will turn really gluey! Just mash it really fine :)

    Anything like you've mentioned is fine, personally I would stay well clear of baby rice, but each to their own.
     

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