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As I begin to get my mind right for post op life I've started following parent life bloggers on IG

They vlog their toddlers meals and I absolutely think it will help us Bari's tremendously 😍

The cute little sectioned plates, small portions & recipes just seem so right vs trying to stomach actual baby food. I will most definitely be following more pages like so

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You can find any of these on Amazon, or even this site. I am using the salad plates from my set, vs the dinner plate. Definitely helps put it in perspective.

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40 minutes ago, Sigh said:

You can find any of these on Amazon, or even this site. I am using the salad plates from my set, vs the dinner plate. Definitely helps put it in perspective.

I've been using my saucers. lol Makes me feel like I am eating a lot with the full plate!

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I used (actually still do) an appetiser plate so a little smaller than a salad plate. Tapas plates & dishes are good too as are ramekins.

Toddler cutlery is also useful. I used teaspoons & buffet sporks.

I still use small plates & bowls as meals look so sad & lonely on a regular size dinner plate & I even eat regular portion sizes now. 😆

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I use small plates and bowls too. My favorite forks are theb little appetizer forks, and I love the long handle ice tea spoons (i.e. tiny spoon size but with a long handle).

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