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    Quote Originally Posted by zoebird View Post
    We don't restrict our son at all. He eats like a grown man (as in that number of calories per day). I think he gives his dad a run for his money. And always has. He's a good eater.

    And lean and muscular and tall and active. He's currently on 3 eggs in butter with frozen berries, raw yogurt and cod liver oil, with chopped raw veg for breakfast; lunch is pumpkin pancakes (savory) with cheese and venison sliders with an apple and cut veggies; for snacks he has whatever is around such as hard boiled eggs, left over meats, veggies, or fruit while at kindy he'll have GF buns with butter or rice balls; for dinner he has whatever we are having which is usually steamed veg, meat, and then we'll make him sweet potato or regular potato some days as well (when he asks for them). And he finishes off with a dessert of frozen berries and yogurt with flax oil and chopped brazil nuts.

    It's definitely more than I eat.

    Our kids need to have an all day lunch/food date! Your boy could teach my girl to eat. Some days she's got a hollow leg like daddy (growth spurts), but mostly she grazes.
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    The boy used to nurse constantly, too. Long bouts of nursing (a combination of eating and pacifying). Still. . .

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    That's awesome. I was unable to nurse Grace past 3 months. She had reflux and latch problems. In hindsight, I think it was early indication of her gluten sensitivity. This time around should (hopefully) go a lot better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zoebird View Post
    He's currently on 3 eggs in butter with frozen berries, raw yogurt and cod liver oil, with chopped raw veg for breakfast; lunch is pumpkin pancakes (savory) with cheese and venison sliders with an apple and cut veggies; for snacks he has whatever is around such as hard boiled eggs, left over meats, veggies, or fruit while at kindy he'll have GF buns with butter or rice balls; for dinner he has whatever we are having which is usually steamed veg, meat, and then we'll make him sweet potato or regular potato some days as well (when he asks for them). And he finishes off with a dessert of frozen berries and yogurt with flax oil and chopped brazil nuts.

    It's definitely more than I eat.
    Sounds great. Does your son like the raw yoghurt, it can be quite sour can't it. Do you always sweeten it with fruit to take that edge off? And how does he take the cod liver oil? Thanks x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kookie View Post
    Sounds great. Does your son like the raw yoghurt, it can be quite sour can't it. Do you always sweeten it with fruit to take that edge off? And how does he take the cod liver oil? Thanks x
    He prefers our raw yogurt to other kinds (and hates kinds with sweetener in it, but he can handle plain yogurts from other, pasturized, brands if they are in fact plain). He will drink it or just have it plain, but he usually has it with frozen berries and then cod liver oil or flax oil poured over the top of it. Usually CLO at breakfast and flax at dinner.

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