Puree Brokoli

Cek Mek ni bukan tido tapi ngah poopoo
ceh Mummy ngah suap makan, dia sibuk wat keje belah bawah #selekeh
ingat nak sambung lepas basuh, sekali dia xnak daaaa mengamuk2 nak makan

ni puree brokoli, dia ni bagi ape jek semua di sebatnya
sebelum tu bagi carrot akan tetapi dia allergic carrot coz bila bagi carrot jek akan kuar merah2 kat mukanya
at 1st bagi dia bubur+carrot sekali sembelit ah plak melalak2 bila poopoo
trus banned bubur just carrot only sekali kuar ruam2 mula2 ingat kna gigit semut :) #mummysengal
carrot tu yg lebih makan adalah Daneen bila Syahmina tak habis Daneen tukang habiskan makanan adiknya hehehe
fav. food Daneen actually carrot tu :)

tapi bila terjah forum INI ghupanya brokoli x sesuai untuk bb 6mth patut ah dia x tido malam
dari kul 12am++ jejak kul 5am adoyai, sakit perut gaknya…

Jot’s :: stok makanan baby da habis, arini nak menambah stok…

11 Replies to “Puree Brokoli”

  1. me dah lebih seminggu bekalkn baby 6m ngan bubur + carrot + ikan bilis…kulit muka jd merah…elergic la kot eh…btw thanks info nih…hehe

  2. hmm..imran & erfan i mmg bg brokoli dgn carrot je so far..any menu bubur dia mmg bg either brokoli / carrot / kentang + bubur + ikan/ayam/daging kengkadang test udang/telur/ikan bilis

    so far bb ok je..poo-poo as usual..makan byk poo-poo pun kerap la..tp better dia poo-poo dr sembelit..tu lg kesian..mayb diff bb diff permakanan kut..so far erfan lum ada lg makanan yg alergic..

    susu macam biasa..3.5oz x 4 siang la..malam direct..

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