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DIYmummy | parent | female | United Kingdom

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I'm a mum of three boys, with my own painting business. I love nothing more than turning a room from one state to another. I get so much satisfaction out of my job, I'd recommend it to anyone.

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When would you introduce sugar to a toddlers diet?

I don’t believe giving young children foods or drinks with sugar in them is a good idea. I tried very hard to keep my daughter away from sugar and I managed to get away with it until she was around three. A toddler group was the first to spoil my daughter’s non-sugar diet by offering her a biscuit while she was there. I also found people in shops and other places would offer her sugary lolly pops as a ‘gift’ or ‘reward’. As a parent, it’s so difficult to say something to these people because you don’t want to appear strict in a horrible way. People are quick to judge and it’s annoying also when people assume that your child will eat anything they give them. I just didn’t want my daughter having sugar because I believe she’d be more likely to eat healthily as she gets older. Anyway, now she’s well into her sugar phase, her diet seems to be affected. She’s far more fussy eating food than she was but I don’t know whether that’s down to her age or not? I now h...


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