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 on: Yesterday at 10:09:04 PM 
Started by coweyes - Last post by coweyes
Hi!

Just bumping this up, to see if there are any other nannies in the area who would be interested in meeting up? I am happy to travel:) i look after twin boys who are now 9 months old.

Thanks!

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 on: Yesterday at 09:56:40 AM 
Started by FrenchLieutenant'sWoman - Last post by FrenchLieutenant'sWoman
First day back today so I passed on your ideas and we'll see how it goes!

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 on: August 31, 2014, 06:40:48 PM 
Started by Hailschops - Last post by ** MRS BEAR **
its very hard if parents dont support and back you up /do the same as you do on days off

she sounds underweight which needs to be addressed so maybe the hv needs to talk to parents or you both go and see her/gp

if she knows she will get yog she will eat nothing else knowing you will give it to her

i would offer food pureed but savoury, as too much sweet stuff isnt good

maybe blend carrots/parsnhips/bns/sweet potato

basically start from scratch like weaning a baby

if she doesnt like lumps it isnt the end of the world to puree the meal, or try finger food and give her batons of cooked veg/fish fingers/cucumber/cheese

hate kids having juice, no need for it, if only give water from beginning thats all they need or know

you do need to tell parents her diet isnt great and can start to affect her physical growth etc

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 on: August 31, 2014, 07:20:40 AM 
Started by Hailschops - Last post by annabanana
Hi,

Sounds like you/MB needs to contact these people, their ABA based and have recently opened a feeding clinic  http://thebehaviourchangeclinic.com/feeding-clinic/

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 on: August 31, 2014, 12:03:37 AM 
Started by FrenchLieutenant'sWoman - Last post by JessiNZ
Could do buttons and bows?

Its mince, with a can of chicken soup. Use carrots and zucchini for the 'buttons' and bow shaped pasta for the 'bows'.

Could ask the supermarket/butcher to mince you some chicken for a chicken pie?

Could make little meatballs with the mince.

Make fish pie? Can flake the fish into very small pieces so they aren't chucks to eat.

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 on: August 30, 2014, 08:42:19 PM 
Started by jal - Last post by jal
I have just done the Paediatric First Aid Course for the 2nd time with the lovely Margaret Smith who explains and shows you everything clearly and simply.
All courses are compliant with OFSTED requirements.
The next courses are in October and November.
If you are interested contact Margaret  on 07814 191 395 or email mcstraining@hotmail.co.uk

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 on: August 30, 2014, 05:40:28 PM 
Started by Hailschops - Last post by JoCath
Try making your own yogurts as in mashing fresh fruits and mixing that into sugar-free natural yogurt. If that doesn't work maybe simply stop giving her yogurt at all? I've had this before with a charge of similar age and I told her that from now on yogurt was a dessert so she'd only get it if she had a proper meal before that. It took a few days but she soon realised that there wouldn't be anything else (her parents kept giving in but I was strict about it and she knew that) and actually started eating properly when she was alone with me

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 on: August 30, 2014, 11:54:19 AM 
Started by FrenchLieutenant'sWoman - Last post by Bringing in the sheep
My favourite dinner is mince meat pie! The kids love it too.

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 on: August 29, 2014, 04:17:31 PM 
Started by FrenchLieutenant'sWoman - Last post by MiniMe
Well casserole didn't work today. He spotted that it was meat. Apparently mince isn't meat (who knew?) so I think this may be either budding awareness of animal rights or simply being awkward.

Oh dear. I've had that kind of comment before. It's quite funny where they get their ideas from. Some kids get turned off meat because they can't be bothered chewing it. And often this seems to happen when they have molars coming through as sometimes it hurts them when having to chew hard.

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 on: August 29, 2014, 01:00:58 PM 
Started by hellojenn - Last post by beccast
Hi. I work in Twickenham with a boy nearly 11 months. Happy to travel- Kingston is roughly 20 mins away from us Smiley I work mon- weds 730-6.

Look forward to hearing from u soon
Becca

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