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I'm sure we all know that candy is not a healthy food to feed your baby, lol. Not that anyone is actually going to sit and feed their baby a bunch of candy! However, maybe a cookie or sucker occasionally would probably be more common.
Has your baby had any candy? Cookies or sweets (other than birthday cake)?
Will you give baby any candy for Halloween? Or any other holiday?
He gets Bear Paws from time to time, and arrowroot cookies. He had his birthday cake, and mint chocolate chip ice cream on my birthday. We will do a bit of trick or treating to a few neighbours and the grandparents, but I get the candy! Unless its raisins, he LOOOOVES raisins.
He eats nilla waffers and I've given him a tiny piece of candy a few times but not very often. DH will give him a bite of popsicle every time he eats one lol. I'm sure ill give him a tiny bite of a bit of his Halloween candy though
Paxton loves chocolate. When I'm PMSing I tend to snack on chocolate during the day so I'll grab a handful of Kisses or a mini Hershey bar and bite off pieces for him. All the pieces might add up to one Kiss if you put them together. He'll probably get a little bit of his sister's Halloween candy. I'm so much more lax with him than I was with Doc or even Harper. This could also be because hiding the fact that I'm eating candy from Harper is impossible, kid has ears and a nose like a Bloodhound, and once they see it I have to share.
He has bites of whatever we have, ice cream, cookies, cake, but he doesn't get his own serving. He's had a lick of a sucker and a couple tiny bits of chocolate, but otherwise he hasn't really had candy. If he gets any at Halloween it will be the same, a little lick or bite once in awhile. Thankfully, he usually only wants a taste when he sees it and then something else will distract him
DH let's Leo take a bite of his icecream.. He has had some arrowroot cookies by gerber... had cupcakes but in moderation.. just maybe a bite or two...
Don't think I'm going to give him any chocolate candy for a while though...