Wai baby

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Re: Wai baby

Postby RRM » Fri 19 Oct 2018 16:21

They are perfectly fine. None of them has ever been sick. They are happy, confident and balanced. Great skin, and all sleep well.
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Re: Wai baby

Postby Kasper » Wed 24 Oct 2018 08:18

That is great! They also look very healthy, judging from instagram.

What is their diet like at the moment?
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Re: Wai baby

Postby RRM » Sat 27 Oct 2018 18:20

Their diet is still the same; juice and raw / slow cooked animal food. And at night some candy consisting of basically sugar only. They can also have some icecream daily.
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Re: Wai baby

Postby Kasper » Sun 28 Oct 2018 09:10

Ah, sorbet ice cream I suppose?
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Re: Wai baby

Postby RRM » Sun 28 Oct 2018 18:54

Yes! :D
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Re: Wai baby

Postby Emeira » Mon 24 Jun 2019 07:01

What for example your oldest daughter eats per day? What foods she eats in a school? What other foods, not from wait diet, you allow your kids to eat?
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Re: Wai baby

Postby RRM » Sun 30 Jun 2019 18:33

They bring and eat grapes in school. They drink OJ throughout the day, and eat raw minced meat, salmon, or slow-cooked chicken.
At night they are allowed to eat low-protein icecream and chocolate paste.

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