What can my little girl eat that is safe and healthy?
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Caroline - posted on 06/06/2012
My daughter who was born 9 weeks premature, weighing 3lb, 11 oz & had many challenges. At age 2 she could not walk un-assisted, she needed support to sit up, she constantly druelled, she choked often on her food, her speach was not easy to understand, she was developmentally delayed and had muscle spasms. She had physiotherapy, speach therapy & occupational therapy as well as many specialists appoinments.
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Kaitlin - posted on 05/08/2012
Really, at one, anything. Even if they don't have teeth, it doesn't matter, when they do get teeth they mostly use their gums and tongue anyway. Just watch her and sit with her when she eats.
Steamed or baked (not boiled) veggies- carrots, sweet potatoes, squash, asparagus, cauliflower, etc.
bananas, avacado, hard boiled eggs cut up or omelets with cheese and veggies and small chopped meats, cut up soft fruits, like grapes, ripe apples and pears, strawberries, watermelon, whole wheat pastas, breads, muffins (especially if you make them yourself!), cheerios, raisins, prunes, grahms.
The list is ridiculous at this point. No need to offer any more baby food at this point. :D Be prepared for mess- I always have a wet washcloth by my side ;)
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